A Chateau in Provence

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  • 192 pages
  • A Chateau in Provence
  • Charles Wood
  • 18 April 2017

About the Author: Charles Wood

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A Chateau in Provence Provence Is A Land Of Long Cafe Lunches, Of Lavender, Olives, Wine, Medieval Villages And Ruined Castles Its History Is Steeped With Myth And Legend And Peopled With Painters, Poets And Knights The Beauty Of Its Land Has Been The Backdrop Of Countless Movies And Books, And Its Unhurried Lifestyle And Sublime Climate The Envy Of Millions Who Are Obliged To Live In Other Less Agreeable And Less Privileged Places.An American Family, The Bakers, Came To See And Enjoy This Very Special Place And Almost Got Away With It As Their Vacation Wound To An End, A Simple Mistake Thrust Them Into An Adventure Of A Lifetime When Sam Baker Decided To Celebrate The End Of A Long Family Hike With A Cold Beer At A Local Cafe His Innocent Stop At The Cafe Have Sam And His Family Entangled In The Affairs Of Everyone From A Likeable, Small Time Crook And Ex Con, To A Proud And Much Decorated Policeman In The City Of Aix En Provence, And Ultimately To The Government Of La Republique Francaise Itself.Louis Jaubert Spent Twelve Long Years In A Marseille Prison For A Crime He Didn T Commit Now, He S Back Home In Aix En Provence Trying To Make Up For All Those Lost Years But This Time He S Not Exactly Innocent For Months, He Has Carefully Nurtured A Plan That Will Make Him Rich Beyoind His Imagination Lately Though, After A Series Of Run Ins With The Tough Cop DesVaux In Aix And Now A Dumb Mistake That S Involved The American Baker, Louis Is Beginning To Lose His Nerve.Between The Bungling American, Who S Always In The Wrong Place At The Wrong Time And The Overzealous DesVaux Who Dogs His Every Step, Louis Plan Begins To Unravel.Could It Be Possible, Louis Wonders In A Moment Of Desperation, That These Two Nemeses Could Help Him Pull His Plan Back Together.

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10 thoughts on “A Chateau in Provence

  1. Judy says:

    It had a French location Poorly written.

  2. Paulita Kincer says:

    I couldn t understand the title of this book It didn t have anything to do with a chateau, but I thought the premise was fun Some Americans vacationing in France get caught up in intrigue over a painting stolen by the Nazis and never returned As a matter of fact, my own novel, The Summer of France, deals with some Nazi stolen art as well In spite of the good plot, the characters were not fleshed out enough so the reader could relate t...

  3. Donald says:

    This book was an accident I meant to get another Peter Mayle book but didn t look carefully when selecting from the list The book is in the style of Peter Mayle but not, IMHO, of the same calliber The plot of the first half of the book is plainly obvious in the first chapter of the book The twists and turns in the second half of the book often seem to materialize with little foundation although if you were to look really...

  4. Cathie says:

    Not a great read, but light, quick and set in Provence with some good descriptions of what could be expected by visiting it Reasonable plot Not to be re read.

  5. Tina says:

    Mad cap comedy ala Peter Mayle A little confusing at the end Quick read.

  6. Carol says:

    Loved the setting and the lightness Fun and fluffy

  7. Xenia says:

    I loved the French location of the book The storyline was intriguing but it got confusing trying to keep track of all the participants in the caper and who all the bad guys were.