Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Another Fine French Book Giveaway


We all know there’s something magical about Provence, something that touches people deeply…something that inspires artists and authors and chefs and all sorts of other creative types….that draws people back again and again from all over the world. And Deborah Lawrenson is clearly one of them.

A British novelist and journalist, Deborah has loved Provence since she first visited “more years ago than I care to remember.” Finally, she and her husband bought their crumbling house in the hills above Apt just under five years ago and set out, like so many others before them, to transform it into the vacation home of their dreams. And it’s this home that inspired—and provides the setting for—Deborah’s newest novel, The Lantern. The book was published in the UK by Orion  in June and in the U.S., by HarperCollins last month. This is Deborah’s sixth book.

Deborah calls the Lantern a modern gothic novel. She initially intended it as an homage to Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca, with its young heroine who finds her man more and more mysterious the longer she’s with him.

But along the way, Deborah says, “it became a novel about perfume and blindness and the past life of houses, and also about books, reading and the imagination. The beauty of the Luberon region that provides the backdrop was just there to be captured in words.”

So here’s the plot. When Eve falls for the charming, secretive man named Dom, their whirlwind romance leads them to Les Genevriers, an abandoned and run-down house in the South of France. But as summer fades to autumn, Eve finds it impossible to ignore the mysteries the house seems to be hiding—not the least of which is the strange disappearance of Dom’s beautiful first wife. And what is the connection to a young girl who lived in the house decades before? As Les Genevrier’s tangled history begins to unravel, and Dom grows increasingly distant, Eve must discover the secrets of the past before history has a chance to repeat itself.

Reviews for the book have been strong.  The Washington Post said it offers “a vivid escape to an intriguing place, with location playing as much a role as those who dwell there.”

The Chicago Tribune says “Lawrenson effortlessly evokes the sights, sounds, and scents of Provence while at the same time delivering a spellbinding tale of danger, deception, and desire.”

USA Today gave it three stars out of four, saying “The scent of lavender seems to waft from the pages of The Lantern, a hypnotic tale of suspicion set in the south of France…Comparing any novel to du Maurier's dark, obsessive stories is never done flippantly. The Lantern lives up to the hype.”

Today, Deborah splits her time between rural Kent and the house in France. “"What I love most about Provence is the sense of history,” she tells me. “The sense that its streets and stones have been inhabited for thousands of years. The atmosphere of light and sensuous richness is captivating, but is as mysterious as it is romantic. As we've come to know our French friends and neighbours, it has become clearer that they sense it too. When, rather tentatively, I told one good friend that the Provence I had written about in The Lantern was not all the surface brightness that the tourists see, that I had written the darker stories of the landscape into my book, he was actually delighted. ‘Now I know that you really understand us,’ he said.

“Perhaps it has something to do with the way the seasons are clearly defined, with cold, harsh winters and exuberant springs,” she continues. “In the summer we are all at play, and in the depths of winter, even the most down-to-earth farmer becomes a philosopher."

Want to know more about the book and the author? Then check out Deborah’s blog, where you'll find an archive of relevant background and photographs to illustrate the story. You might also enjoy her websitewhere you’ll find video clips (the book was featured on Channel 4’s TV Book Club in the U.K.), her biography and more. If you’d like to read a sample chapter from The Lantern, click here

Ok, on to the giveaway! HarperCollins is offering three copies of The Lantern to U.S. readers of Provence Post. And Deborah is offering three signed copies, for Provence Post readers living in the U.K. or the rest of Europe.

To enter, simply leave a comment under “comments” below. Please don’t forget to leave us your email and to tell us in which country you live. If you don't tell us your email, we can't reach you and you can't win! Signing in with your web or Google address is not enough, unfortunately. And if you want to buy the book on Amazon, you can do that here (from the U.S.) or here (from the U.K.). Here's the Kindle version U.S. and the Kindle version U.K.

130 comments:

  1. What a lovely autumnreading this book would be! I follow your blog from the north of Sweden.
    Best Wishes from helena

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  2. I hear some of you are having trouble commenting. So this is a test...

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  3. Would love to win this....meanwhile hope comment went through

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  4. I'd love to win this book, fifimac at hotmail dot com if you can't see my google connect email. I'm in the UK

    xx

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  5. Sounds like an interesting book and I'd love to own a copy.

    Yen (UK)
    aonoexorcists at gmail dot com

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  6. I'd like to have a copy...my name is Machelle DeRon...I just returned from Provence on 9/18!

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  7. I'd be happy if I won this! I love reading and love this book.

    Noemi, Hungary
    noncsi0730@gmail.com

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  8. Sounds fantastique. Please enter me in the draw.

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  9. Love the cadence of her writing...hope to be inspired to write about our Languedoc countryside.
    Susan in New York
    Susan at Caussi.com

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  10. Sounds like the perfect company for an autumn evening!

    "... living in the U.K. or the rest of Europe" - love that! *smile* I live in a small country in the rest of Europe, Austria! ;-)

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  11. Sounds like a fun read. And nice to take a look at your blog with Sssssssssssssssssssssoooooooooooo many ads. Fantastic!

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  12. Ah, France. I miss her. Perhaps winning this book will inspire my return sooner rather than later.

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  13. What a treat!
    Thanks for doing this, Julie.
    Fingers crossed.
    Stephen Croncota
    orangetokyo(at)aol.com

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  14. Love most books about Provence. Look forward to reading this one. Please enter me in the drawing. GerryBonj@AOL.com
    Merci!

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  15. Sunshine from the South of Florida. It is not the beauty of the rolling lavender fields full of bees! This would be such a cool way to spend a day, reading a book about Provence. From: linda.duvall@gmail.com

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  16. What a wonderful opportunity to obtain a nice Autumn read and find out why my friend Julie LOVES Provence. Could possibly inspire a trip to visit. Thank you for the book offer!

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  18. Mlandi would like add that I am from the US. Please reach me at morgancervantes@rocketmail.com if I win! Thank you

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  19. I look forward to reading it. I live in New York City and visit the Vaucluse each year (near Vaison-la-Romaine).

    gretchenbank@yahoo.com

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  20. I loved loved loved Rebecca. How perfect to set it in France.

    Lea in Seattle
    lrgeller@gellerama.com

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  21. I would love to win this book. I love France and Provence in particular.
    JoAnne

    joanne@joannebassett.com

    USA

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  22. Sounds absolutely intriguing! I would love to read it here in TN.

    Laura Kay
    anovelreview(@)yahoo(.)com

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  23. Looking forward to reading this tome. Mom would like it, too! I'm from Petaluma, CA, USA.

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  24. I'm really looking forward to reading The Lantern. I'm curious about all of the comparisons to Rebecca.

    I'm in the US

    teresasreadingcorner at gmail dot com

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  25. just back from lourmarin. Want to extend the trip any way I can.

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  26. I have read good reviews of this book and I love the Luberon
    cigalechanta@hotmail.com
    Cambridge, Ma. USA

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  27. I've been debating how to buy this book: paper or Kindle...so now it's decided. I will wait, and hopefully win a copy here.
    See you in a few weeks Julie!
    Libby (in the U.S.)

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  28. Hi Julie,
    I love your blog and it's more meaningful to me for I've already been to St Rémy twice and I felt in love with the town since then, I guess for the same reasons the author of "Lantern", the sense of history, the light, colour and smell of Provence.
    Love from Bazil.
    juflorence@bol.com.br

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  29. Thank you!!!!
    Sounds fabulous!!
    I live in the States but my father is a perfumer....so Food and France are very much beloved!
    Love From New York and London,
    Kristina
    kmronline@hotmail.com

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  30. Rebecca was one of my all-time favorite reads and I hope The Lantern will be too.

    Claudiaward1@me.com
    New York, USA

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  31. Always love these types of books! Thanks for sharing!

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  32. i'd love to read this book! i lived in Provence and miss it so much!
    keeping my fingers crossed!

    Diana

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  33. "Rebecca" is my favorite book! Would love this :-)

    despinamaris@gmail.com

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  34. I love anything from and about Provence. So pleeez, let it be me!! I have a home address in Paris.

    vicki2201 at mac dot com

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  35. I am sure this book would bring back wonderful memories of the Luberon and make me want to visit again as soon as possible.
    sandyparis2@verizon.net USA

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  36. Would love to win this book!

    jsearles@nc.rr.com
    Raleigh, NC USA

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  37. The Lantern looks exotic, enticing and the perfect fantasy read to curl up with on a wet weekend - and the forecast says that's exactly what's on the way! Hi Julie, I prefer not to leave my email address on a public forum, but I think you know where I am. Best wishes.

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  38. The Lantern looks exotic, enticing and the perfect fantasy read to curl up with on a wet weekend - and the forecast says that's exactly what's on the way! Hi Julie, I prefer not to leave my email address on a public forum, but I think you know where I am. Best wishes.

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  39. Would like to win a copy ! I propose to review it on Goodreads when I will. - Johan

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  40. Dedicate to Lamartine (French translation from Provencal Language)

    « Je te consacre Mireille : c’est mon cœur et mon âme ; - c’est la fleur de mes années ; - c’est un raisin de Crau qu’ avec toutes ses feuilles - t’ offre un paysan . » (Mireille)

    F. MISTRAL Maillane Bouches-du-Rhône 8 septembre 1850
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    Evelyne @ Sanary-sur-mer, France
    evaskor@gitano.org

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  41. I need to win this book! I am French and everything that brings back my memories about my home country I can't refuse. I am in the US. Remypedussel@yahoo.com

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  42. Tried to fit in the letter I sent you, but couldn´t manage to do it. still hoping for luck to win a copy of "The Lantern".
    helena.mannelqvist@sorfors se

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  43. I have always wanted to visit Provence! What a wonderful way to get a glimpse into the beautiful region.

    --Aurelie ,USA, origamigal22@gmail.com

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  44. Any book about France is a good book! That's my theory anyway! I am very keen to read this one. Cat (from Australia)

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  45. Sounds like the ideal summer read. Penny in South Australia
    rivingtn@bigpond.com

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  46. Sounds fabulous!
    Carol in USA
    carolonmaui@gmail.com

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  47. What about Western Australia! I would love to read this book and keep connected to beautiful Provence - can't wait to get back there in person, but I'm sure this book will keep me going!
    alicia@aliciacurtis.com

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  48. Sounds like the book I want to read next. I live in San Francisco, California. Looking forward to this modern Gothic, just up my alley.

    Thanks.

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  49. I'm delighted to find another French-y blog to feed my obsession. Beautiful!

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  50. Your book sounds lovely; just the thing for a crisp autumn day. I would love to have a copy. I live in the USA.

    Susan
    semaxey@gmail.com

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  51. So fun! My email is attached to this & I'm in the USA.

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  52. I LOVE FRANCE & WOULD LOVE TO WIN THE BOOK.
    IF NOT I WILL BUY BUT I NEVER HAVE WON ANYTHING SO THIS WOULD BE A RARE TREAT.
    THANK YOU,KIM
    FALLBROOK,CA.
    USA

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  53. I would love to win a copy but sadly live in Sydney Australia and we are not on the list. And like all good things that come from Europe and the USA it will take forever to reach our shores. Will have try online as I am not waiting for this one to arrive in the shops! Love your blog -thank you.
    Francesca

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  54. This book is never going to come to Sri Lanka - at least for the next two years so my only way to read it is to win it. Am entering with a friend's address in the UK. (if that is allowed pls?)

    mystica123athotmaildotcom

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  55. A book about Provence caught my attention - been there, yep! Then that it was set near Apt - yes, yes, that's where we stayed (Saignon). Then :( - only the US and Europe - but thought I would try anyway. My book club all lurved Rebecca! Pauline from Melbourne, Australia

    pturville850@gmail.com

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  56. Thank you for your intriguing review – the book sounds marvelous! (coming over from French Essence).

    Georgianna

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  57. So pleased to have found your lovely blog - I'm visiting from French Essence.

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  58. travel to the Provence (Lorgues) regularly as we are building a house there. Look forward to reading this book there perfect setting for it. Johan/Netherlands Love your site and follow it through twitter. Something I can thorougly recommend to anyone with a passion for this part of paradise
    called The Provence

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  59. I would love to win the book. As a lover of 'all things French' I try to visit France every year. Looking forward reading this book.

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  60. I am from U.S.A.,and dicovered your blog this morning, the first day of fall, and am so glad I did...I love it.
    Also, I would love to be one of the recipients of this book. I just finished a novel this past week, and am looking for another great read...Thanks so much...

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  61. I'm in the United States and my email address is: vujade1@gmail.com. Hope I win - sounds like a wonderful book!

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  62. Hi Julie
    I'd love to be included in your generous giveaway.. I just came back from France. First time in 16 years but unfortunately I didn't make it to Provence this time. Perhaps I can escape there virtually... Julie [beingruby@gmail.com]

    Thanks for the chance.. will pop over to Deborah's blog.. Julie

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  63. When I first heard about the book, my first reaction was Oh no, another book about a house in Provence, or even more Oh No, a house in the Luberon. But after reading the description, I am looking forward to reading the book and seeing a refreshing look at one of the most beautiful places on earth.
    Jacqueline USA
    jdbucar@maine.rr.com

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  64. Would love to be transported to Provence via this novel.
    Melissa
    Australia
    melissa@mjbcommunications.com.au

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  65. This novel looks great! Fingers crossed.

    Emilie-Kate
    emiliekateowen@yahoo.co.uk

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  66. Just returned from Provence this summer and would love to read this.
    nanci
    nancimoll1@gmail.com

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  67. Oh how I yearn to wander the cobbled streets & countryside of Provence once more,& savour the scents,to bring all those memories flooding back.
    Margie from South Australia.
    margiebegg@hotmail.com

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  68. This sounds like an excellent option for my ladies book club to read!

    Thanks,

    Melissa
    USA
    WestOn20th@gmail.com

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  69. I love reading about living in Provence. I'm from Canada ( Camille) and my email is the camellia@hotmail.com.

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  70. What a perfect read for all the way down under, here in Australia! My email is janehely at gmail dot com if it doesn't come up.

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  71. I would just love to read this novel. I was in Provence last year and have not been the same since! The novel sounds wonderful I would love to win a copy of Lantern I would be so excited. If I do not win a copy I will be buying one very soon.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Trish Australia

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  72. This is one I would LOVE to read!
    Thanks for the chance!
    Julie USA
    cottrell@bellsouth.net

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  73. If I don't win it, I'll have to buy it!

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  74. It is true, some old homes in France have their story permanently embedded in the stones, not just the mortar, but the masons lunchtime oyster shells became part of the medieval structure.

    Generation after generation of families expanded or contracted their homes to suit their times and needs.

    We just borrow these dwellings for a short while, sometimes stamping into the stones our own dreams for the occupants of the future to share.

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  75. Needless to say, any story with the
    locale of Provence would be enchanting. Thank you for informing
    me about this book! swd

    Hi5capee@maine.rr.com

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  76. Visiting Provence is a life long dream that begs to be fulfilled. Every perspective from appreciative eyes and well crafted words paint a picture of this corner of the world. I would love to read this novel and would be most delighted to win a copy of The Lantern.

    Janine

    janineaqui@gmail.com
    Trinidad & Tobago WI

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  77. I would LOVE to spend a weekend with this novel!

    Denise

    dmoulun@mac.com
    Canada

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  78. Would love to read this book + will, even if I don't win. xxpeggybraswelldesign.com
    pegbraswelldesign@msn.com

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  79. Sounds like a fun read! Would love to win. I'm in the US. decaturmama(at)gmail.com

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  80. This book sounds fascinating ! Would LOVE to win a copy ! Thanks, Vera
    VVCUNDIFF@aol.com

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  81. I would love to visit Provence; I've been there in my dreams!
    middleagemomblog@gmail.com
    I live in the USA

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  82. This would be such a wonderful weekend read (which I need after playing my harp for weddings almost every weekend).

    I'm new to your blog, but look forward to reading more!

    Amy Kortuem
    harpist@amykortuem.com
    USA

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  83. Love your website, gorgeous photos!
    alexhinst@comcast.net USA

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  84. This sounds like a lovely book. I would love to receive a copy.

    nestlbs@gmail.com in the US.

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  85. Coming over from Vicki Archer's place, and I must say this book is now of my "must have, must read" list. What a wonderful giveaway.
    I'm in Houston, Texas USA, my email is splenderosa@gmail.com.

    Thank you so much, Marsha Harris of Splenderosa

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  86. This sounds like the special kind of book that only comes along once in awhile. Thank you for this offer; I would love to win a copy! I'm in Portland, Oregon.

    laurabeth_wyatt@comcast.net

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  87. Sounds like a great read!

    bookmanjc@gmail in the USA

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  88. Stayed in Bonnieux once, and visited Apt. Love this part of the Luberon! Can't wait to read this book! I'm in upstate New York, USA.
    iluvfrance at wildblue dot net.

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  89. This blog and this book ... perfect antidotes to a coolish rainy day in Tennessee! USA ...

    merrybemoi@gmail.com

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  90. Thanks for the comment post on French Essence. Looking forward to reading this book. It's in my Amazon cart-- unless I win it here.

    Woodstock, IL
    USA
    lemonade_marielle@comcast.net
    whenlifesendsyoulemons.blogspot.com

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  91. This would be the perfect read for my book club! I'm from Almaden Valley Ca.

    annastepanenko@aol.com

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  92. This sounds like a beautiful mysterious read for autumn. thanks!
    Roberta
    enchantedtreasures26@yahoo.com

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  93. Hello, I found you by way of Vicki Archer who tantalized us bookworms that carry Provence in our hearts with an overview - the book sounds like something I would love to lose myself in! Thank you for the generous giveaway and for the opportunity.
    xo isa

    I am outside Los Angeles, CA
    isa@greyfreth.com

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  94. Fall is here and what a perfect time to read a book about Provence!

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  95. Just the description alone makes me want to jump on a plane and relocate! Provence, with all her mystic and charm, Provence where life could just be lavender and roses, Provence where Bouillabaisse is a dish on a menu daily, Provence where life stands still yet still functions as it aught to. Yes, please pick me.. I've not yet discovered Provence nor seen its Lantern burning brightly.. Jean Wethmar - Brisbane Australia
    jeanw@thecapeclub.com PS.. marvelous comp.. well done, very generous..

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  96. The movie Rebecca is my all-time favorite! I would love to win this book. I'm enjoying your blog from the USA.

    Karen T.
    jkg4121@att.net

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  97. a story full of intrigue and set in a stunning location sounds very awesome:)
    I am from Lithuania
    lietsargio@gmail.com

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  98. Would love to win this . From the US.


    sandrarose99@yahoo.com

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  99. dtoke@rogers.com

    I live in Canada and my two trips to Provence have been charmed and cherished memories for me and my family.

    I would love to read yet another Provence themed book!

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  100. This sounds wonderfully intriguing! Would love to introduce this book to my book club. Thanks for hosting such a generous giveaway.

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  101. Gretchen in Buffalo, New York(USA) says she would love to read a gothic novel set in Provence and then would pass it along to two of her friends who visited the Luberon with her two years ago. If I win, please contact me at shelovesbooks21@gmail.com Thank you so much!

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  102. Looks good, love travel porn books. dru (johnanddru at hotmail) USA

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  103. Put me on the list. I live in France. lpennin104@aol.com

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  104. I really really would love to win! Thank-you for the chance!

    Laura Kay
    anovelreview(@)yahoo(.)com

    US

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  105. Julie, thnk you for this offer. We'd love to have a copy of the book.
    Maya and Nicolas, Cannes, Fr

    nnedkov@yahoo.com

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  106. I'd love to read this book. It sounds like a vacation in a book.

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  107. Would love to read this book. Sounds wonderful.
    Thank you for such a nice giveaway!
    I live in the United States, and my email is splendidsass@gmail.com.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  108. This would be lovely to win and i will purchase it if I do not :) i am an american on holiday in provence until tomorrow. very fabulous!!! triciasattic@gmail.com

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  109. The book sounds great! I would very much like to read it.

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  110. Thanks for sharing - would love to win :) plstormer@aol.com

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  111. This sounds like a must read for me. My e-mail is helikert@hotmail.com and I live in the US.

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  112. I will definitely read.
    Jean, Minnesota,US
    jeloupie@aol.com

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  113. I love books set in France. Reading them is like taking a mini vacation.
    star353316@aol.com

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  114. Oh! I love reading and I love Provence - this would be a dream book to win!
    my E-mail is puddinglane@optusnet.com.au
    I live in Australia.

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  115. Would love to read this - found you via Vicki Archer! I love the sound of this book and Rebecca is one of my favorites - please contact me (I am in the US) at monacointeriors76@yahoo.com. Thank you!! ;-)

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  116. Ohhhh... this looks wonderful! I LOVE the front cover!

    Count me in the giveaways. My e-mail is in my profile.

    Wishing you glimpses of heaven in unexpected places.....

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  117. I am completely intrigued by the synopsis of this book! Would LOVE to win!
    vlanewalker@aol.com

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  118. Sounds like a great book! The summer I spent in Provence in my early twenties. 20+ years later I still haven't been back.

    Wendy (US) wnkremer [at] gmail [dot] com

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  119. This book sounds amazing and I am ready for a new book! Thanks for offering it in a giveaway.
    Linda

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  120. What a wonderful giveaway! This book sounds like something I'd love to get lost in...

    ~ Clare x
    curiouslookingglass@gmail.com
    Australia

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  121. This book sounds wonderful thanks for the recommendation.

    Diana from San Francisco
    dibrito@comcast.net

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  122. Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis (from the USA)
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

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  123. I have been looking for a good book to get lost in. This looks like the perfect one.

    boho chic from The USA.

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  124. I would love to win a copy, it sounds fantastic!

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  125. A mystery, you say, in Provence? How intriguing! As an avid traveler and devoted reader, I would love to read her new book. Donna dsaiia@verizon.net

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  126. Sounds like a wonderful read! Thanks for doing a drawing for it.

    lauren {at} askauntlauren {dot} com

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  127. It sounds intruguing! I would love to win this, I dream of visiting Provence someday! karen...
    kben1334@sbcglobal.net

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  128. I will be in Provence the first week of November. What a treat if I had this book to take with me!

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  129. Hi! I would love to win this book! My family and I moved to France 8 months ago from the US and have had massive bouts of homesick lately! I would love to read more about this beautiful country I'm now living in and see a side I don't know yet! Thanks!
    Jennifer
    Ejg54him@gmail.com

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