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La vie en rosé

Author: Jamie Ivey
Publisher: London : Phoenix, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In Jamie Ivey's sequel to Extremely Pale Rose, he and his wife Tanya attempt what seems the impossible <U+2500> running a successful rose bar in France." "French friends laugh heartily and say it's the silliest idea they've ever heard! Why, the customers for bars are mostly men and rose is seen as a women's drink; not to mention, it's a seasonal drink and their trade will vanish come September! Then as if  Read more...
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Named Person: Jamie Ivey; Jamie Ivey
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jamie Ivey
ISBN: 9780753823859 0753823853
OCLC Number: 212431543
Notes: Originally published: London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2007.
Includes index.
Description: pages cm
Contents: 1. An Alpine Experience --
2. Two Roads Diverged in a Wood --
3. The Baby Boomers --
4. The Grand Opening --
5. The Varicelle --
6. La Vie en Rose --
7. The Jewel --
8. Uzes en fete --
9. Unlikely Ailments --
10. Murphy's Bar --
11. The Nimois --
12. Hold the Front Page --
13. Tanya's Coat of Many Colours --
14. The Saint-Antoine --
15. La Vie en Jaune --
16. The King and Queen of St Tropez --
17. Les Marchands de Tapis --
18. La Pinede --
19. The Foie Gras Festival --
20. The Compromis --
21. The Station d'Epuration --
22. Rose en Marche --
23. Lourmarin --
Les Fetes du Vin Rose --
Carte des Vins.
Responsibility: Jamie Ivey.

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The sequel to the delightful Extremely Pale Rose, in which Jamie Ivey seeks to open a rose bar in France.  Read more...

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