Many thanks to Bookcrosser/librarian LizzyBee for this encouraging review which she’s posted on Amazon. “The front cover of this book, the Eiffel Tower in a knot, is delightful and promises quirky charms that are delivered by the bucketful. The author's deft ways with an approachable, identifiable-with heroine and a cast of supporting characters are well demonstrated in this charming novel. A familiar setting - Paris - comes to life as do the environs, as we struggle alongside Clio….. A lovely setting, marvellous characters (her women are as usual a delight, from the porcine boss to the frosty mother-in-law and the all-too-perfect third-wife-of-the-first-husband). My only wish would be that this could come out in paperback”
Bookcrossing (swapping) stretches far and wide. Sometimes Bookcrossers post books to each other and sometimes they leave them around town to be picked up by a passing stranger. One of my books has recently turned up in Ontario, Canada, and another has made it to Australia and just been left “in the unisex toilets outside the café at Strawberry Fields, Palmwood, Queensland.” Crikey, as Boris would say.