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Book Review: ‘The Crypt Thief: A Hugo Marston Novel,’ by Mark Pryor


A Paris set mystery that doesn't quite capture the City of Lights. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Diabolist’ by Layton Green


In an effort to find answers to a brutal murder, Dominic Grey is catapulted into the darkness of a religious cult out to take power. Read More »

Paris: A Land of Unhealthy Healthy People

Paris residents eat tons of bread, cheese and wine. But why are they so skinny? This article reveals the answer. Read More »

eBook Review: Collar Me in Paris by Sidney Bristol

A kinky D/s femdom novel from Sidney Bristol Read More »

Music Reviews: The Arrows, De La Cruz, Double Treat, Eldorado, Paris and Perfect Crime

All sorts of rock from cheesy pop to bluesy hard rock. Read More »

DVD Review: Maigret, Complete Collection

Michael Gambon as Inspector Jules Maigret - be prepared to be amazed by one of the finest performances for television you've ever seen. Read More »

Book Review: Dog Trots Globe—to Paris and Provence by Sheron Long

Twelve-year-old Sheltie Chula Wula D’Augue “writes” about her adventures in Paris and Provence with her owners Sheron and Robert Long. Read More »

Book Review: The Woman From Paris by Santa Montefiore

The Woman from Paris sees the main character finding a home among strangers, yet knowing that soon the lie will come to the surface, destroying all hope and trust. Read More »

Interview with Chris Karslen, Author of Byzantine Gold

Romantic suspense author Chris Karslen talks about weaving history and archaeology into her stories. Read More »

Book Review: Paris, I’ve Grown Accustomed To Your Ways by Ruth Yunker

Paris, I've Grown Accustomed to Your Ways is a charming and delightful love song to the city. Read More »