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Lise McClendon on Tour: The Frenchman

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After her tour for
The Girl in the Empty Dress

Lise McClendon

is back!
on Tour

September 8-21

with

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The Frenchman

(mystery)

 Release date: September 8, 2017
at Thalia Press

 278 pages

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SYNOPSIS

In this 5th installment of the Bennett Sisters Mysteries (beginning with Blackbird Fly), attorney Merle Bennett goes to France for an extended stay to drink in the essence of ‘la France Profonde’ and write her own novel.
But the countryside is not as tranquil as she hoped. A missing Frenchman, a sinister one, an elderly one, a thieving one, and a vandalizing one: all conspire to turn Merle’s sojourn of reflection into a nightmare of worry. Where is Pascal, her French boyfriend? Who is the man with the terrible scar? Why is someone spray-painting her little stone house in the Dordogne? And will her novel about the French Revolution – snippets of which are included – give her a soupçon of delight or a frisson of danger?
Works fine as a stand-alone
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If you would LOVE to read
this mystery
and are able to post your review
on YOUR blog,
or on Amazon
on one of these days,
September 8-21
please fill in this quick form here below

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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Lise McClendon
is the author of fifteen novels of mystery, suspense,
and general mayhem plus short stories.
Her bestselling Bennett Sisters mystery series
began with ‘Blackbird Fly.’
She also writes thrillers as Rory Tate,
the latest of which is ‘PLAN X.’
Her short story is included in this fall’s noir anthology, ‘The Obama Inheritance.’
She lives in Montana.
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June 2014 Books of the month giveaway winners

Random.org has chosen
our 2 June
book giveaway winners!

 

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An ecopy of this book was won by

Bibliobetty

And her blog
will be featured during the whole month of July.
Please be sure to visit it by clicking here on the link or the logo

Bibliobetty

and

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An ecopy of this book was won by

Nancy

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And now is time to try your luck at the

July book of the month giveaway!

Remember
for each book you review or interview you post
for France Book Tours,
you automatically receive 3 entries into the monthly giveaway
to win the featured book of the month
OR a $15 gift card of your choice!

 

The Girl in the Empty Dress: giveaway winners

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WE HAVE WINNERS FOR
LISE McCLENDON’S BOOKS

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Girl in the empty dress winners

The Girl In The Empty Dress

[Romantic Suspense]

 Release date: May 2, 2014
at Thalia Press

 257 pages

Buy the book:
Paperback on Amazon
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SYNOPSIS

It is the sequel to Blackbird Fly, but can be read as a stand-alone.

Merle Bennett and her sisters go on a walking tour on the backroads of the Dordogne. When they come across an injured dog their idyllic summer tour takes a dark turn. Who is this dog that everyone wants so badly? And who is this friend one sister brought along, the one without a history? Truffles, romance, wine, and intrigue in the French countryside. [provided by the author]

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PRAISE FOR BLACKBIRD FLY

In her first stand-alone suspense novel, Lise McClendon reaches deep into the past to find a France untouched by the outside world of tourism and fashion. Writing in a “lyrical, often humorous style,” she brings both the pain and rewards of rebirth and the rich French countryside to life.

The descriptions of the French village and house make them a character. Blackbird Fly has love and intrigue, and proof that family bonds are strong enough to reach beyond the grave. —LuxuryReading.com
“This book brought me back to wanting to keep reading until the very end. Pour yourself a nice Merlot and keep turning the pages.” [on the author’s website]

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