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WHAT THEY뭃E SAYING ABOUT  INSPECTOR MOWGLEY:

밒 was totally absorbed as the tale unfolded. Not so much by the plot, but by waiting for the next assault on political correctness.

밨efreshingly and hilariously non-PC.

밠ake way for a new anti-hero. A triumph for Mr East.

밫he character was so beautifully flawed, the plot inventive and the humour original.

밨egular readers of George East productions will recognise the sharp witticisms, the keen eye for the absurd, and the understanding of the  human condition.

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A Balkan Summer


High summer in the Balkans and George East arrives in Bulgaria to investigate an apparently potty scheme to rescue a dying mountain village. While there, the eccentric travel writer gets to know an array of fascinating locals from the President Putin lookalike and Meerkat soundalike to Mr Rotavator and the man who takes his milk direct from the cows. Beyond the village, George discovers much about the little-known country that Bill Bryson described as a 'near-death experience'. The book also contains historical and cultural notes and traditional recipes. In his time in Bulgaria, George finds himself falling under the spell of an ancient kingdom and its people...

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French Collections: Love Letters to France


George has been in love with France since he went on a school exchange trip to Paris and found a poster of Brigitte Bardot pinned to the dormitory wall. He also fell for the way boys his age wore Perry Como haircuts and Stay-Prest trousers, smoked acrid Gauloises cigarettes and rode around on mopeds with chic girlfriends on the pillion. Since then, he has travelled to the moon and back in miles in France and written a million words about the country in book, essay and blog form. This is the latest collection of his love letters to France.

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Lower NormandyFrench Impressions: Lower Normandy


This personal pilgrimage explores  the three departments of Lower Normandy, and, as well as reviewing more than a hundred towns and villages and tourist attractions, the book looks at the historical events and peoples which helped form the unique character of this part of France. Along the way it features the recipes and background to many traditional and unusual Norman dishes. In all, this is a complete celebration of one of Frances most beautiful and fascinating areas.  Click here for more information.

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Death a la Carte is the latest  Inspector Mowgley adventure, but this time the dodgy detective is a civilian, on his own  and trying to make a living across the Channel.


Jack the Lad has jumpedbefore being pushed, taken early retirement and moved to live in France. His intention is to restore his ruined manor-house with money earned by working as a private investigator on cases involving British expatriates. In fact, he finds himself involved with people-smuggling, drug trafficking and a series of murders most foul...

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Dead Money, the Inspector Mowgley Murder Mystery starts in a seaside caff as our hero mulls on the comparative virtues of ketchup or brown sauce on sausage sandwiches.


A holidaying pensioner has suffered a heart attack after being stopped by Customs and having no explanation of why he is carrying a money belt stuffed with high denomination currency. As Mowgley and McCarthy investigate, they become involved in a series of increasingly brutal and bizarre murders on a trail which leads them from the seedier streets of Portsmouth to the hotspots of southern Spain...

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Deadly Tide, a Mowgley Murder Mystery, opens with the world on the brink of a new millennium.


A beachcomber finds a designer bag containing a large amount of heroin, an even larger amount of banknotes... and two arms. Meanwhile, a cleaner on board a cross-Channel ferry  finds a limbless and headless body in a luxury cabin.  After opening the Trunk Murder case, Mowgley and his trusty colleague, confidante and drinking partner Melons find themselves following a trail across the Channel which becomes increasingly littered with dead bodies... and body parts.

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Death Duty  Detective Inspector Jack Mowgley is on the brink of enforced early retirement. Or worse.


Attitudes are changing, and senior officers think people like Mowgley have no part to play in the Modern Police Force.  Read more here.

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The Naked Truth about Women


Now he뭩 been and gone and done it! After half a century or so, George East has finally got to grips with an issue which has bemused, infuriated and fascinated men since Adam and Eve had their first falling-out. Why do women think and act as they do?

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French Impressions: The Brittany Blogs


This is a compendium  of  George East뭩 blogs and  photographs and  traditional recipes collected by Donella. Although principally about their time in the land of Donella뭩 ancestors,  The Brittany Blogs  is  also about  France and the  French, and why for centuries we have been fascinated and frustrated by what we often see as the funny little ways of our nearest Continental neighbours.

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The Naked Truth about France and the French:  How to survive buying a home in France, living with the enemy.


If anyone should know his onions about France, the French and their funny little ways, it뭩 George East. After countless articles, blogs and lectures, George has finally compressed half a lifetime뭩 experiences of French adventuring into this single publication - essential reading if you are even thinking about thinking about buying a home in France.

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How to Write a Bestseller by someone who has (The Naked Truth)


In How to write a Best Seller, George looks at every aspect of the arts, crafts and tricks involved in putting a book together. After identifying and exploring all genres from non-fiction to novels, thrillers, whodunits and even kiss 뭤 tell books, he looks at those which sell best, and the common key factors which make them a hit. Having helped you decide the type of book best suited to your latent talent, George gets down to how to plot, structure and write your potential best-seller.

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French Kisses  (Mill of the Flea series)


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French Cricket  (Mill of the Flea series)


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French Flea Bites (Mill of the Flea series)


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French Lessons (Mill of the Flea series)


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French Letters (Mill of the Flea series)


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Ren & Me (Mill of the Flea series)


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Home & Dry in France (Mill of the Flea series)


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150 Fabulous Foolproof French Regional Recipes


Fancy trying cockle curry, frog뭩 legs or Richard the Lionheart뭩 favourite dish of  roasted swan? Well, now you can with La Puce뭩 first cookbook, devised, planned and written by Donella East.  

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A Year Behind Bars - the story of one man's attempt to create the perfect pub


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French Impressions: Brittany


 French Impressions: Brittany is the result of the East뭩 time half way up what passes as a mountain in this wonderful and very different region of France.   Click here for more information and printed version.

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French Impressions: The Loire Valley


George뭩 unusual and searingly honest view of places, people and Life, takes us across the Pays de la Loire. A wealth of information on the culture, history and food and drink of the region.

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French Impressions: The Dordogne River


The Dordogne River, from source to sea. The  latest unique mix  of  information, anecdote, opinion and recipes  in the  French Impressions series  follows the course and history of the River Dordogne.  It takes us on an affectionate voyage along the banks of one of the country뭩  most iconic rivers. Click here for more information.

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