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The Parisian's Return: Fogas Chronicles 2

Julia Stagg

8 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Further tales of village life in the French Pyrenees. A Parisian comes to Fogas to modernise the village shop and it is baguettes at dawn!

When Stephanie brains an intruder with a stale baguette, she doesn't realise she has assaulted the new owner of the village grocery. Parisian-exile Fabian's welcome goes from bad to worse as his attempts to drag the shop into the modern age are met with a resounding non! by the residents of the small commune of Fogas in the French Pyrenees. He is on the verge of admitting defeat when he's hit by a coup de foudre and falls in love. Stephanie herself is too busy for l'amour. Working at l'Auberge and getting her garden centre off the ground is taking all her energy. She doesn't even notice that her daughter Chloe has something on her mind. Troubled by a sinister stranger she has seen loitering in the village, Chloe has no one to turn to. Her only hope is that someone hears her cries for help before it's all too late. In a chanson d'amour with more twists than a mountain road, the unexpected is just around the corner.

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Praise for The Parisian's Return: Fogas Chronicles 2

  • A humorous insight into French living - Tatler Ireland

  • Praise for L'AUBERGE:

  • 'Following in the footsteps of "Chocolat", this is an ideal holiday read.' - www.beachtomato.com

  • 'Entertaining drama in small-town France.' Best new paperbacks - Woman and Home

  • A humorous insight into French living - Tatler Ireland

  • Praise for L'AUBERGE:

  • 'Following in the footsteps of "Chocolat", this is an ideal holiday read.' - www.beachtomato.com

  • 'Entertaining drama in small-town France.' Best new paperbacks - Woman and Home

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Julia Stagg

Julia Stagg lived in the Ariege-Pyrenees region of France for six years where she ran a small auberge and tried to convince the French that the British can cook. Having done her bit for Anglo-Gallic gastronomic relations, she now divides her time between the Yorkshire Dales and the Pyrenees. She keeps a website at www.jstagg.com and can be found on twitter.com/juliastagg.

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