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Fiona Valpy



Fiona Valpy lives in France, having moved there from the UK in 2007. She left behind a career in Marketing and Public Relations to explore new avenues and now teaches yoga and writes.
  Having renovated an old rambling farmhouse with her husband, she has developed new-found skills in cement-mixing and interior decorating, although her preferred pastime by far is wine-tasting.
 

Genres: Romance, Historical, Literary Fiction
 
Series
French for .... / Escape to France
   1. The French for Love (2013)
     aka Light Through the Vines
   2. The French for Always (2014)
     aka The Season of Dreams
   3. The French for Christmas (2014)
     aka The Recipe for Hope
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The Light of Luna Park (2021)
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The French House (2022)
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"A raw and honest love story, filled with a wealth of historical detail. The French House is a powerful depiction of the brutal intricacies of island relationships and loyalties in a time of war."

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