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January 29, 2018

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Sharon Allen

I would love to read the new book. I have enjoyed John's other books that I've read and especially liked Five Nights in Paris. I'm looking forward to spending a month in Paris in the spring with my daughter, getting to know some of the neighbourhoods I haven't visited yet.

Barbara Sullivan

I have read all of John's Paris books. Great reads.

Shirley Kern

Very interesting and enlightening article, Richard. I would love to read John's new book. I love Paris!

Betsy Fraser

Sounds like a fascinating book!

Merle Minda

Wonderful interview with John Baxter. I have read all of his books about Paris and loved each one.

Jim Hooper

I met John initially through one of his books, The Most Beautiful Walk in the World. And then through three of his walks. Live Paris vicariously through his excellent books, but live it for real with his walks. He brings out the spirit of his neighborhoods in both the books and walks.

mark anderson

Penelope thinks you had a facelift !
Paris must agree with you.
M & P

Judy Charles

I loved reading John Baxter's St Germain book. This interesting interview gives me insight as to why it is so good. I will definitely read other books by Mr. Baxter, next up, the book on Montparnasse. Great interview!

David Burke

Hey, John, I like the picture of you a lot, well done I presume by Richard, and your broad stream of literary Paris in all these books and the walks in the streets and everything heard talking and seeing as one goes. it is wonderful! That's just like it should be.

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