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Tales from the Pays d'Oc: Life, love and laughter in the land of sun and vines (The Pays d'Oc series Book 2)


What is Matthieu doing up that olive tree? Why won't Jos├ęphine ever eat pizza again? Who stole the Indian prawn? And who rescued two hapless Americans at Armageddon Falls?

Travel to the Languedoc, feel the scorch of the sun on your shoulders, smell the dust and the lavender and the ripening grapes and follow the adventures of the Saturday Club and the regulars at l'Estaminet.

In this collection of 21 stories, Patricia Feinberg Stoner revisits the territory of her award-winning memoir, 'At Home in the Pays d'Oc' with a whole host of new and familiar characters.

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Patricia Feinberg Stoner

Patricia Feinberg Stoner is a former journalist, advertising copywriter and publicist.  For four years she and her husband were accidental expatriates in the Languedoc, in southern France.  Now back in the UK she lives with her husband and dog in the pretty WestSussex village of Rustington, where Michael Flanders once encountered a gnu and the mobility scooter is king.

She spends much of her time writing short stories and comic verse, many of which have been published in print and online.  Her first book, 'Paw Prints in the Butter' is a collection of humorous poems about cats, which is sold in aid of a local animal charity for which she volunteers.

Patricia is the leader of a West Sussex creative writing group, the Arun Scribes.  She welcomes visitors to her Facebook page, Paw Prints in the Butter, and to her blog  You can occasionally follow her @perdisma.


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