23 Days until THE BONES OF PARIS…


It’s 23 days until The Bones of Paris, Laurie R. King’s suspense novel of 1929 Paris.

For excerpts and information click here.



From page 68: He spotted the pink geraniums on the rue Monge. Inside the brasserie mingled the clean smells of Pernod, shellfish, and garlic.



The gamut of dining in Paris runs from café (casual, as much social center as source of coffee, drink, or basic food) to bistro (small, family-run, with simple cooking) to brasserie (meaning ‘brewery’ although not limited to beer, a place with white linen and often specializing in shellfish) to the restaurant proper (formal, with multi-course meals.)


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Today’s Image: “Table in a Cafe (Bottle of Pernod)” by Pablo Picasso, 1921. The link to today’s photographic image can be found by clicking here.

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