Well much as we might still find the fact that she shares her name (almost) with a supermodel who probably can’t write, this is the latest in her by now slightly formulaic series of books about Southern France. I liked Labyrinth and sepulchre in a kind of take a big book away on holiday and it has lots of history in it, however I feel that this is (as she admits in the not very exciting reading group notes) just some bits she had left over from researching the other books. Despite this read it all in one day.
Plot – man disturbed by WWI (getting bit bored of this in every other book I read) visits France and unbelievably walks into a fete and fails to notice that they are all ghosts from the medieval period. Ends rather abruptly.
Slightly embarrassed that this is my first book on website actually – it’s easy reading!