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Under the eye of the Canigou By Peter Goulding
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A book of poems written in the Canigou region of the Pyrennees in south west France in 2011
A Christmas in Provence for Trumpet & Organ. Sheet Music. By Jan Leontsky
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A Christmas in Provence, South of France (on Traditional Christmas Carols) for C or D Trumpet & Organ or Piano, by french composer Jan Leontsky (b.1970).
Guide to Lyon By World Travel Publishing
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Lyon is a city in eastern France, in-between Paris and Marseille, in the confluence of the Rhone and Saone rivers. It is about 470 km south from the capital and it is the third largest city in... More > France. Lyon is known as the silk capital of the world because of the production of silk and textiles in the city. This miniature "Venice Alike" alpine city is well preserved medieval and Renaissance treasure. Get your "Guide to Lyon" to enjoy its beautiful nature, Gothic cathedrals, true French spirit! Have a Great Holiday!< Less
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Perdu By Alain Saleron
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Part 3 of the Profound Diver Chronicles: the 2nd Humble adventure. Sunken treasure; a secret war time mission; two feuding families; a pretty girl on the Côte d’Azur: ready-made... More > ingredients for another Humble adventure. Now retired from commercial diving and struggling to establish his diving charter business in the south of France, Jack stumbles across a thirty year old mystery, forty metres down in the deep blue Mediterranean Sea. Once again he is drawn into a quest for truth he is reluctant to uncover, and a hunt for lost gold he doesn’t believe exists.< Less
Second Spring By ellen rugen
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Hoping not to retire at 60, Ellen buys a house in South West France with views of the Pyrenees. Living on a shoestring, she describes the day to day dilemmas of life as a second homer, with an aged... More > cat. A tantalizing picture is painted of a world where spin is not yet King and traditional values linger on in a community close to the earth beneath vibrant skies. Delightfully frank about her feelings, she describes how a sense of deep belonging blends in with a sense of loss and separation in a way which is ultimately healing. Not a ‘how to do it manual’ exactly yet an entertaining guide for anyone who shares a similar dream.< Less
The Curious Tale of the Chateau du Petit Pont By Steve Halsey
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When Clara makes friends with the twins Matt and Milly on holiday in the South of France their relationship sparks off an unexpected and rather creepy chain of events. Matt and Milly Iive in a... More > crumbling French Chateau in the middle of France. As their father is bringing the chateau back to life it begins to reveal its tragic history and secrets with possible fatal consequences. Something or someone doesn't want to give up the chateau and is prepared to resort to any means possible to keep it. When heavy snowfall traps the family on the estate they have to fight against its history and nature to survive. As the storm waters threaten to sweep away all before it, can the children rise to the physical and emotional challenge and are there clues to be found hidden in the family portraits that surround them? This mysterious tale will send the reader on a thrilling downhill and snow-capped adventure with a very unexpected ending< Less
John Mallet, the Huguenot, and His Descendants By Anna S. Mallett
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This informative genealogy presents ten generations of the descendants of the Huguenot John Mallet (1673-1745). After a brief stay in South Carolina, during which he lost his first wife and all of... More > their children, John relocated to New England and is noted as a resident of Fairfield, CT as early as 1710. He married his servant, Johannah Lyon, in 1699 and fathered five children with her between 1701 and 1712. The text is divided into three sections: a survey of the existing historical record of the Mallets in North America, the "Genealogical Record" and an index. The first section provides historical background on the Huguenots, the family's origins in France and England, the establishment of the family in Connecticut, lists of Mallets involved in the Revolution, the War of 1812 and the Civil War, and numerous documents pertaining to the family.< Less
Intestate By Anthony McIntyre
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Paris art, Argentinian politics: Alanza Suarez returns home after studying in a deeply European, exceptionally strange artist’s studio. In Buenos Aires the Dirty War deepens further into raw... More > inhumanity. Alanza’s French lover arrives an unexpected and bizarre, erotically charged, present. But in a context Argentinian rather than Parisian the gift takes on the flavour of the prevailing culture of violence and cynicism. Her sister Leonora fills an intellectual void - but fills it with emotion. The two begin an incestuous affair. Their violence and mutual physical demands flicker between the social and the private. Evenings spent among the dispossessed, the dying and the dead; evenings spent alone together, remembering, conjuring torture and pain into disintegrating life. In Paris, Phillipe dreams of Alanza and South American exoticism. Arriving there he finds a world of eccentric gardeners, postmen, and a lover utterly distorted – physically and mentally – from the girl he knew in Europe.< Less
Jean Baptiste Legrand: His French Origins, Louisiana Descendants, and Relatives Around the World By Judy Riffel
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Judy Riffel is a native and life-long resident of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She and her mother, Ann, became interested in genealogy during the United States Bicentennial. In tracing their roots, they... More > discovered that all but one of their ancestors came to Louisiana prior to 1800. The latecomer was Judy’s maternal grandmother’s grandfather, a Frenchman named Jean Baptiste Legrand. Arriving in New Orleans in 1848, he settled on the banks of the Atchafalaya River among the Cajuns of South Louisiana. This is the story of his family, his life, and his descendants. Now a professional genealogist, Judy has authored and edited numerous books and articles on genealogy. Her research, which has spanned five decades, has culminated in this, her first family history book.< Less

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