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The Paris Effect: Book to movie

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The Paris Effect:
Book to movie

In case you missed the announcement by Velvet Morning Press, The Paris Effect was optioned for Film & TV!

Discover all about this great book and its author featured here on France Book Tours.

AND the good news is that we have a few spots still open for the tour on the latest book by K.S.R. Burns!
Come this way before it’s too late to: Paris Ever After


White Leopard: in The Big Thrill



White Leopard

(hard-boiled African noir)

 Release date: November 19, 2015
at Le French Book

238  pages

ISBN: 978-1939474506

Website | Goodreads



and is featured in

this Month’s issue of The Big Thrill!

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White Leopard on The Big Thrill

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Everything is possible and nothing is certain in Bamako. A man torn between two continents finds himself in a dangerous confrontation between tradition and corruption. Solo is a former cop who ran away from a dark past in France to start his life over again in Bamako, Mali, as a PI. An ordinary case turns out to be not so ordinary. The drug mule gets her throat slit. The French lawyer is too beautiful and too well-informed. The cocaine is too plentiful. This is hard-boiled noir with a modern twist set in West Africa. [provided by the publisher]


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Laurent Guillaume
is a multiple-award-winning French writer
and former police officer.
In law enforcement,
he worked anti-gang, narcotics,
financial crimes,
and served in Mali as advisor to the local police.
He is now a full-time writer.


Sophie Weiner is a freelance translator and book publishing assistant from Baltimore, Maryland. After earning degrees in French from Bucknell University and New York University, Sophie went on to complete a master’s in literary translation from the Sorbonne, where she focused her thesis on translating wordplay in works by Oulipo authors. She has translated and written for web-based companies dedicated to art, cinema, and fashion as well as for nonprofit organizations. Growing up with BabarMadeline, and The Little Prince, Sophie was bitten by the Francophile bug at an early age, and is fortunate enough to have lived in Paris, Lille, and the Loire Valley.

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The 6:41 to Paris in the New York Times Book Review


The 6.41 to Paris

The 6:41 to Paris


Jean-Philippe Blondel


 Release date: November 10, 2015
at New Vessel Press

153  pages

ISBN: 978-1939931269

and presented here on France Book Tours
(click on the link to access the tour and the reviews)

has just been featured in the

New York Times Book Review!

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The 6-41 in New York Times

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