Acquired via BookCrossing – picked up at the Kitchen Garden Cafe, 30 Jan 2011

Interesting member of the English-in-France genre, taking a more serious, socio-political viewpoint than many (although still funny and talking a lot about gender relations etc. as well as racism, war and geopolitics!) and involving the author’s own story only really as a framing device and to illustrate one of her points. Very interesting on racism and attitudes to WWII and the role of the French in their own fates at that time.