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Water in Paris – a charming and informative series from FUSAC

If you’ve been visiting Paris for a long time, you’ll recognize FUSAC for what it used to be – a classified-ad service for expats looking

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Books
John Pearce

[Review] The Capitalist: A Thriller (A Louis Morgon Thriller), by Peter Steiner

Opening Peter Steiner’s new novel The Capitalist was like visiting an old friend in his quaint cottage in the Loire — comfortable, relaxed (with a

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Paris
John Pearce

Getting to the Bottom of Paris History

In a city of parks, one that stands out is the cool ribbon of green stretching through three arrondissements on the Right Bank of Paris,

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Last Stop: Paris Named Finalist in Shelf Unbound Competition for Best Indie Book

Press release from Shelf Unbound magazine Last Stop: Paris by John Pearce has been honored as one of six finalists in the 2015 Shelf Unbound Competition for

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Paris
John Pearce

Book Review: Time and Time Again, a twisty time traveler for the history buff

If you had one chance to go back in time and change history for the better, where would you go, and when? Hardly anyone would

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Paris
John Pearce

Last Stop: Paris – “An International thriller that’s got everything”

Thanks to Harriet Welty Rochefort for her gracious review of Last Stop: Paris. She called it “an international thriller that’s got everything : a mystery and a love story

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Launch Day for Last Stop: Paris

Tuesday is launch day for Last Stop: Paris, the sequel to Treasure of Saint-Lazare. Both the Kindle and paperback versions will be on sale, and

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Last Stop: Paris audio book under way

Tuesday, Dec. 1, is publication day for Last Stop: Paris, he sequel to my novel Treasure of Saint-Lazare. It will be available on or before

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Last Stop: Paris – A full-throttle adventure, says Kirkus Reviews

I can’t think of any other way to say it: Kirkus Reviews LOVED my new novel Last Stop: Paris. Said the sage of book reviews, it is

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Books
John Pearce

Don’t miss David Downie on “Romantic Paris” at the American Library in Paris

David Downie’s A Passion for Paris: Romanticism and Romance in the City of Light is one of the best books about Paris published this year,

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France
John Pearce

The ultimate summer treat: Acting in a movie for the Paris Opera Ballet

The highlight of our two-month stay in Paris this summer, hands down, was the day and a half Jan and I spent as extras for

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Eiffel Tower
John Pearce

New edition, new look for Treasure of Saint-Lazare

My first novel has a complete new look — a new cover, and a polished new text. English artist Jane Dixon-Smith of JD Smith Design

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France
John Pearce

“Voilà une semaine qui commence mal” – last words from the guillotine

I was walking through Place Dauphine on Île de la Cité when a bookstore display caught my eye — it was this book of “stupefying

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Environment
John Pearce

Hot Time in the Old Town – Heat Wave in Paris

Paris in July is normally a comfortable place to be, with high temperatures around 70 degrees, sunny days, and an occasional rain shower in the

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Rue Daguerre – a hoppin’ Paris place

Rue Daguerre is always a hoppin’ place, but on Sundays it really comes to life. It’s a magnet for Parisians and tourists looking for a

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Paris
John Pearce

Fifteen Years of Paris Soirées Chez Patricia

I’ve been a fan of Patricia Laplante-Collins’s Sunday night soirées for a half-dozen years, but have paid especially close attention since 2012, when she invited

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