Monthly Archives: March 2013

Fiction and Film for French Historians: Death in the Belle Epoque (New Book Reviews)

Fiction and Film for French Historians: A Cultural Bulletin reviews Cezanne’s Quarry, The Blood of Lorraine and The Missing Italian Girl.

Found in The Buzz, “Charles Sowerwine, University of Melbourne/LaTrobe University, discusses Barbara Corrado Pope’s trilogy of Belle Epoque mysteries, published between 2008 and 2013. Pope draws upon her long career as a historian to infuse her novels with a strong sense of the social and cultural issues of the era.”

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L.A. Book Events Announced

L.A. Book Events Announced
2 Book Events at California State University Long Beach
Afternoon presentation, Novel in the Drawer: From Manuscript to Published Novel. How to get your work out of the drawer and into the open.

Evening Book Talk, Reading and Reception. Yes, wine, refreshments plus signed copies will be on hand!
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YOUTUBE Audio Book Promo

Hear the opening scene from the audio book version of The Missing Italian Girl on Youtube. Continue reading

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Audio Book The Missing Italian Girl : A Mystery in Paris

New audio formatThe Missing Italian GirlMissing Italian Girl now available in Audio format from AUDIOGO, BBC Audio Books. Narrated by Meredith Mitchell, one 5 star rating so far and you can hear a sample clip on the website. Continue reading

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