English Greetings Cards, France
Looking for English birthday cards in France? English Greetings cards is based in France and we have a good selection of English birthday cards, English Christmas and occasion cards to send prioritaire to all regions of France.
Free P&P on orders over €30.00. (Free shipping over €30 applies to mainland France only. For European and rest of world orders over €30, postal charges will apply).
We have no minimum order, and ship to all EU countries, so why not buy English birthday cards online and send a real card to those you love!
Need to get a birthday card to someone in France? We can write your card for you and post it prioritaire! Just email us with your text when you order.
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"Clouds over the Montagne Noire," the new novel by Catherine Parr, owner of English Greetings Cards.
When tragedy strikes Lynne and Alex Stevens they decide to make a fresh start in an idyllic wine producing village in the South of France. But even before they move in they unwittingly make enemies. Someone hates them, but who and why? Lynne teaches in the local Lycee and her influence will change the course of one of her pupil's lives for ever. In the village, falling wine sales force a château owner to choose between the woman he loves and the woman who can offer hm financial security, and when the owner of the local shop discovers a terrible secret about her brother she faces an agonising dilemma. A compelling story of the hopes and dreams of a rural community in the Languedoc-Roussillon region.
Available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle versions. Click on the title below to view.
Clouds over the Montagne Noire
Another Brilliant Read, highly recommended, is "Gallicrow" by renowned author Ged Groves. Gallicrow
Mist hangs in the corridors, a crow sits in the chapel and the ghost of a drowned boy stalks the dormitories. Dark times have come to St Pius School.
Henry McGlain disappears soon after being punished for allegedly stealing from another pupil. After his body is found by fishermen in a nearby cove, rumours begin that McGlain’s ghostly shape has returned.
The tale is told by teacher John Carpenter. But Carpenter is in love with the dead boy’s sister and has his own secrets. Before the truth surfaces, strange events will disturb everyone’s lives.
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