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Visit Chris Pavone’s Luxembourg

At the wonderful website for travelers who read–Packabook– you can sign up for a newsletter “book club” and read a book, as Packabook provides analysis and background information, then find out what it would be like to travel to that country. Recently Packabook’s newsletter focused on Luxembourg in Chris Pavone’s book, Expats.

You may have read my review of Expats (“Sex, Lies and Living Abroad”) here, so I wanted to share this little bit of the travelogue published as part of Packabook’s newsletter, which focused on the question of whether Luxembourg is boring. Certainly not this spooky castle–a world heritage site. It was built by the French in the 16th century and contains miles of subterranean tunnels.

Have you been to Luxeumbourg? Boring??

Sex, Lies and Living Abroad

Book Cover: The Expats
Destination: Luxembourg, Paris

Book: The Expats (NEW March 2012) by Chris Pavone

The one charm of marriage is that it makes a life of deception absolutely necessary for both parties. (Oscar Wilde) [epigram at beginning of the book]

Not so much a “whodunit”,The Expats instead presents an intriguing puzzle of “what was done” and “how”. Continue reading Sex, Lies and Living Abroad