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The 7th Woman: official print release today

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Today is the official

PRINT

release day of

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“Le French Book is a publisher that brings France’s
best mysteries,
thrillers, novels, short stories,
and non-fiction
to new readers
across the English-speaking world.”

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Won France’s most prestigious crime fiction award, the Prix du Quai des Orfèvres

Named Best Crime Fiction Novel of the Year by Lire magazine

Months on the bestseller lists

Translated into seven languages

Over 150,000 copies sold in France

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Read more about it here

and an excerpt!

Praise for The 7th Woman

“Frédérique Molay is the French Michael Connelly.”
— Jean Miot, former head of Agence France Presse
and the French daily Le Figaro

“It’s really an excellent book.
It’s the kind of suspense that makes you miss your subway stop
or turn off your phone once you’ve started it.”
RTL

“You barely have time to catch your breath
between turning the pages of this spine-tingling novel.”
Cine Tele Revue

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First Chapter First Paragraph — The 7th Woman

first paragraphEvery Tuesday,
Diane at Bibliophile by the Sea posts the first paragraph of her current read.
Anyone can join in.
Click on the logo to link your post.

I will share here the first paragraph of a book
in the Completed Tours category.

The 7th woman

ISBN-13: 978-0-9853206-6-9
Published   by Le French Book, Inc.
First published in French in 2007

Buying links:

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It felt like lightning had struck him. He couldn’t breathe. His mouth was dry, and his throat tight. He was free-falling. She was wildly attractive: about thirty-five, five and half feet tall, slender, with short auburn hair and brown eyes highlighted by plain eyeglasses. Her voice was soft and steady. She had a keen, friendly and reassuring look in her eyes, and a smile illuminated her face -a magnificent smile. He stared at her intensely, like a pimply teenager entranced by a Playboy cover girl.

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WHAT DO YOU THINK?
WOULD YOU KEEP READING?

October Books of the month giveaway

The Bleiberg Project  The 7th woman

Click on the book covers to know more about them.

Just fill in the form below to enter the giveaway.

I will draw 2 winners on November 1st

Good luck!

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!

Notes:

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