Posts tagged ‘Beaujolais’

Le French Book on The Big Thrill

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Le French Book on The Big Thrill

Le French Book has published many of the books presented here on France Book Tours.

Anne Trager, its founder, wrote a very interesting article in The Big Thrill on Being Published in France, on what the French like to read. I encourage you to read it.

She is also interviewed on Backstabbing in Beaujolais!

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Incentive program winner: Backstabbing in Beaujolais


France Book Tours offers an incentive program to the book bloggers who take time to cross-post their positive reviews to Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Itunes, Kobo, Goodreads/Shelfari/LibraryThing, etc.
See more details on this post.

From the book bloggers who reviewed

Backstabbing in Beaujolais chose the winner:

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Among the links received from these bloggers
in this order:

Backstabbing incentive winner

Maria will receive a $15 gift card of her choice!

Remember: it just takes a few mn to paste links of your cross-posted reviews on our new page.
This is all it takes to enter to win $15 with France Book Tours,
wherever you live!

Here is an excerpt of Angela’s review,
click on the link to read her full review

Griperang’s Bookmarks

I am so happy that I got to visit the Winemaker Detective series again.
In this book you will not find a lot of bloody graphics
but what you will find is great characters, a murder, suspense and a whole list of suspects.

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Backstabbing in Beaujolais: release day today

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Today is the official

release day of


Backstabbing in Beaujolais

Backstabbing in Beaujolais

(cozy mystery)

Release date: November 19, 2015
at Le French Book

140 pages

ISBN: 9781939474537

Website | Goodreads


A business magnate calls on wine expert Benjamin Cooker to kickstart his new wine business in Beaujolais, sparking bitter rivalries. Can the Winemaker Detective and his assistant keep calculating real estate agents, taciturn winegrowers, dubious wine merchants and suspicious deaths from delaying delivery of the world-famous Beaujolais Nouveau? [provided by the publisher]

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An episode in a long successful French mysteries series
that is a hit television series now in its fourth season
and attracting an audience of over 4 million.
The series is a huge success in France, Belgium and Switzerland.

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Jean-Pierre Alaux and Noël Balen,
wine lover and music lover respectively,
came up with the idea for the Winemaker Detective series
while sharing a meal,
with a bottle of Château Gaudou 1996,
a red wine from Cahors
with smooth tannins and a balanced nose.


Anne Trager loves France so much she has lived there for 27 years and just can’t seem to leave. What keeps her there is a uniquely French mix of pleasure seeking and creativity. Well, that and the wine. In 2011, she woke up one morning and said, “I just can’t stand it anymore. There are way too many good books being written in France not reaching a broader audience.” That’s when she founded Le French Book to translate some of those books into English. The company’s motto is “If we love it, we translate it,” and Anne loves crime fiction, mysteries and detective novels.
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