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  • Hot Sun, Cool Shadowby Angela Murrills

    Allison & Busby 2014; US$ 10.19

    An unabashed celebration of slow food and authentique living – Languedoc style Ten years ago, Angela Murrills and Peter Matthews began their love affair with the Languedoc. Stretching from the Rhône River in south-central France to the Pyrenees and the Spanish border, it is one of Europe?s oldest and most historic regions. Its wonders include... more...

  • The Rough Guide to Languedoc & Roussillonby Brian Catlos

    Rough Guides 2010; US$ 22.99

    The Rough Guide to Languedoc & Roussillon is the most comprehensive guide to this beautiful and varied corner of southwest France. Written by a renowned historian with more than 15 years' experience in the region, it's packed with insightful accounts, detailed practical information and clear maps. You'll find everything you need to know to make... more...

  • The Rough Guide to Brittany & Normandyby Greg Ward

    Rough Guides 2010; US$ 21.99

    The Rough Guide to Brittany & Normandy is the ultimate handbook for discovering the region, from the glorious medieval abbey of Mont-St-Michel to Monet's waterlily pond at Giverny, and the ancient Bayeux Tapestry. Discover walks and cycle trails through ancient forests and along stunning coastline, and learn more about the defining feature of the... more...

  • Paris Discoveredby Mary McAuliffe

    Elysian Editions 2006; US$ 14.95

    Uncovering the Paris that charmed Thomas Jefferson in the 18th century and George Gershwin in the 20th, this guide—written by an historian and based on personal exploration, old maps, and documents—offers 50 walking destinations, many unfamiliar even to Parisians. Several excursions evoke the spirit of an age past by exploring the haunts of Heloise... more...

  • A Vineyard in the Dordogneby Jeremy Josephs

    John Blake 2002; US$ 5.99

    A generation ago, the Ryman family arrived in the Dordogne to follow a dream: to live in France in an elegant chateau and make wine in a vineyard of their own. It didn't take them long to discover and fall in love with Chateau de la Jaubertie, a beautiful 400-year-old country mansion set in the heart of the lush green valley of the Dordogne. Together,... more...

  • Bon Courage!by Richard Wiles

    Summersdale 2014; US$ 9.99

    Part practical tourist guide and part autobiography, this record of a couple rebuilding their dream home in France is a tale of obstacles overcome and dreams fulfilled A dilapidated, rat-infested stone barn might not be many people's vision of a potential dream home. But for English couple Richard and Al, the cavernous, oak-beamed building in a... more...

  • The Gothic Kingby John Paul Davis

    Peter Owen Publishers 2013; US$ 14.99

    The first biography in many years of Henry III The son and successor of Bad King John, Henry III reigned for 56 years from 1216, the first child king in England for 200 years. England went on to prosper during his reign and his greatest monument is Westminster Abbey, which he made the seat of his government?indeed, Henry III was the first English... more...

  • On Provenceby Henry James

    Hesperus Press 2014; US$ 9.99

    Meander through Provence in the company of Henry James with this vivid collection of travel writing taken from his little-known book A Little Tour in France In 1882, a year after the publication of his wildly successful The Portrait of a Lady , which dealt with the difficulties faced by American expatriate Daisy Miller in Europe, Henry James... more...

  • Cipièresby David Austin; Rosamond Faith; Andrew Fleming

    Windgather Press 2013; US$ 38.00

    Cipières, in the Alpes-Maritimes, is a French upland landscape rich in archaeology and distinctive in its topography. Cipières: Community and Landscape in the Alpes-Maritimes is a unique exploration which brings together a wealth of documentary sources retained in the village with material evidence in the landscape to produce an interdisciplinary... more...

  • The Road is Howby Trevor Herriot

    HarperCollins Canada 2014; US$ 21.99

    Prairie naturalist Trevor Herriot decides ?the road is how.? Recovering from a misstep that could have been his last, he decides to go for a three-day walk to sort through questions that rushed in upon the enforced stillness as he waited for his body to heal. The author sets off down an ordinary prairie road and then detours along railbeds, over... more...