Wednesday 21 April 2021

A Postcard from Paris

A Postcard from Paris 
Alex Brown
I am delighted to be a part of the blog tour for this author’s latest novel and you can read my lovely friend Julie Williams review below.
This lovely story is mainly about how Annie travels to Paris on a mission for her elderly neighbour Joanie who has unexpectedly inherited an apartment and shop in the city, to try and find out why and by whom. 
 Whilst there, Annie meets two other women, Maggie who owns the B&B where she is staying and the delightful café downstairs and American divorcee Kristen.
 Although these three women are very different they share resilience and a bond that makes for great friendships. Together they uncover hidden secrets into the life of the previous owner Beatrice while also discovering more about each other and themselves. 
 I found the English and French history in this book fascinating as is the link to Tindledale, which is always a joy to revisit.
 My thanks to Net Galley and publishers Harper Collins for the digital ARC and to Julie for sharing my thoughts on A Postcard from Paris on her wonderful blog.

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