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February at the General Fiction forum we're going to Paris

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Paris Noire  

 

Please join The General Fiction Forum in February for this WWII historical novel based in Paris near the end of the Nazi occupation. It follows one family of Martinique decsendence through this turbulent time and we also get to meet some famous American ex-pats in the process. Join us for a journey that is very personal to the author and a novel that has very personal meanings to her as well. Join us for the conversation, the comraderie and the discussion of this read.

 

As a special treat the author Francine Howard will be with us thoughout our journey, joining in and replying to comments made by the posters.

 

And as a very special treat we will also be hosting a visit from Francine's publicist Sarah Burningham founder of LIttle Bird Publicity.

 

So come along for the ride, make some new friends and connect with old ones too.

 

Here is the reading schedule for February

Here is my review of Paris Noire

 

make sure to check back often at The General Fiction Forum for further details

Then join us for the journey, you don't even need a passport