Autumn Leave Paperback
A season in France
by Michele Guinness;
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In this frank and funny account of their ups and downs, based on Micheleís diary of her husbandís three-month sabbatical, we meet a host of extraordinary characters as she pursues the truth the truth behind some of the hamletís tortuous relationships, and meets the beleaguered French church.
Michele Guinness has worked as a presenter, researcher and writer for national TV and radio, and speaks at events all over the country, including Spring Harvest, New Wine, Greenbelt and Detling. Her books include Child of the Covenant, Chosen and the Heavenly Party.
Autumn Leave by Michele Guinness was published by Authentic in June 2009 and is our 8152nd best seller. The ISBN for Autumn Leave is 9781850788324.
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Autumn LeaveMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Michelle Guinness and her husband Peter spent his three month sabbatical living in the home they purchased in France – the culmination of a long held dream. Intending to retire there eventually, they plan for the future but are very soon embroiled in local animosities and a tangled web of property boundary disputes. Michelle tells these stories with humour and affection but her descriptions of French bureaucracy would make you weep if you did not laugh! Local characters people this entertaining account but Peter and Michelle are themselves the central characters. Now I want to hear more!
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Details for Autumn Leave
|Page last updated||25th February 2017|
|Author / Artist||Michele Guinness|
|Book Format||Paperback (B format)|
|Publisher||Authentic (June 2009)|
|Number of Pages||192|