just read my 1st Bruno
being french canadian very intersted in jacqueline.
Great book will read much more
page 271 ref. to Jean Trenet s/b Charles
You'll see more of her in future...
And you are quite correct - it should be Charles Trenet. Thank you!
Just finished "The Resistance Man." Terrific read, particularly as we spent some time in the Dordogne a few years back. Lovely to read familiar place names such as Les Eyzies with its Les Glycines where we had lunch one day, St. Cyprien where we rented a house....Always interested in WW 11 and its shadows. I had no difficulty keeping track of the male characters but felt there were perhaps too many female ones. It is to be hoped that dear Bruno sorts out his "amours" and narrows the field in following books.
I'm glad the book brought happy memories to mind! But I don't know if I can promise that Bruno's love life will ever be straightforward, much as he wants an uncomplicated love...
Where and when is the English version of Brunos Kochbud available. I am anxious to purchase one as a gift for my sister!!
No news to report yet, although progress is being made at last and I will post something official as soon as we have dates.
any news about English cookbook publication date....Canada please. Love your Bruno books.
No English language dates yet for any country, I'm afraid, although we are working on it.
Please tell me there is an english language version (UK or USA) of the bruno cookbook. I have been scouring your website, amazon, politics and prose, and the strand website to find a copy. So...Has it been published in english yet???
Not yet, I'm afraid - it's still bogged down in image rights...
In the hopes that it will help convince your publisher that it's worth it: Please publish Bruno's Cookbook in English!!