REVIEW: THE LANTERN by Deborah Lawrenson

This is yet another recent book that cements my assumption that Provence is enchanting.  Of course, in my fantasy, there is significantly less murder and suspicion than in this book (or Death at Chateau Bremont). Still, I too dream of a run down but livable field stone farmhouse, with an aging orchard and lavender fields,…

BOOK PHOTO: THE LANTERN by Deborah Lawrenson

From The Lantern:  “At a stone hut, which must once have been a shepherd’s borie, I was directed to a field about a kilometer away.  I arrived to find a field of hunched backs, the blue rows reverting to dusty green behind the women curled over like commas, cloth bags slung across their bodies.” ……

REVIEW: DEATH AT THE CHATEAU BREMONT by M.L. Longworth

Any lover of wine, cigars, and old world charm — as well as a good yarn — should read this mystery.  It poses no genre-defying questions,  and it really doesn’t really hold any gasp-enducing surprises.  But that’s ok, because it is the perfect hammock read for the summer.  Antione Verlaque is a slightly cranky, somewhat…

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