Print Posted By Lost in France on 30 Oct 2010 in Bookshop - Novels and Real Life Tales

The Happy Hooker: Expat Intrigue - Living with the Enemy in Deepest France

Happy HookerDrink, debauchery and mischief. Yes, a heady mix for the young, but an even more dangerous cocktail for the hundreds of thousands of 'mature' Brits who have chosen to make a foreign country their retreat . . . on a permanent basis.

In this first of a series of revelations, Jonathan Veale portrays the lives of, we suspect, his friends and acquaintances with a friendly eye and, thank goodness, keeps his own ego and nose out of the equation. As a birdwatcher studies the habitat of the common sparrow, so Jonathan observes the nesting habits of a group of characters who get up to all sorts of mischief.

This is a book that should be kept away from mother-in-laws; if they get hold of it, the secrets of an away from it all life will be exposed and the consequences long lasting. What is life really like as an expat? This book reveals all, and teases, amuses and informs with the lightest of touches. A gem to be dipped into at will.

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