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A thousand thanks to all my readers who have contributed blurbs for Finding Pegasus. 

Review copies are available now, and the Kindle version is online for pre-order on Amazon, at this link. The paperback will be available before the publication date, and the audio book should follow early in August.

If you have an interest in contributing a pre-publication blurb or a full review after the publication date, July 30, enter your email into this form. On confirmation, you’ll receive a download link.


I’ve split my website into two parts: the original blog, this one, and a new website for my books, which I’ve called It should be in operation in time for the publication of Finding Pegasus, the third in the Eddie Grant novel series.


I call this blog Part-Time Parisian because that’s what I am — an American who lives part of each year in Paris. Generally Jan and I stay for a couple of months, sometimes three, which is the limit for a continuous tourist visit without applying for a long-stay visa. While we’re in Paris, I do research for my novels, we keep up to date with our friends, and we spend a great deal of time in the restaurants. I take a lot of pictures and try to share some of them on the blog.

For the last five years we’ve rented apartments in the 14th arrondissement, Montparnasse, where Hemingway and his friends lived and worked, and home of the Catacombs. The 14th is quieter than the areas closer to the Seine and the transportation is good. Last year we rented on Rue Daguerre, the pedestrian street, in a block with five restaurants, a grocery store, three clothing shops, a florist, and a real-estate agent.

Thanks for reading. If you haven’t subscribed to the Eddie Grant Readers Group, my mailing list, please do so via the form you’ll find on every page. You’ll receive an email when I post, and I’ll let you know when the next book is due out. I don’t share your address with anyone, and you can unsubscribe whenever you want.

John Pearce, Sarasota, July 13, 2018

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