Le Glitch — a farcical satire about a deathly French village a million miles from nowhere.
Jean Marc Bulot is the Mayor of Crêpe - a village famous for nothing. Where you can’t even get a baguette, let alone a coffee. So when tourists mysteriously start arriving due to a glitch in their satnavs, the Mayor realises it’s his chance to finally put Crêpe on the map. He opens a restaurant and a bar. He starts making money, he even falls in love, things are going well. Until the neighbouring village Ventrèche finds out, and an ancient village feud is reignited. Suddenly everyone has a score to settle, including himself.
"I found this an absolutely un-putdown-able story, one where the characters really came to life, and the plot is full of twists and turns. Whether you are looking for a book about ‘real’ France, French country life and traditions, an adventure, or even a romance, then this is the book for you." - The Good Life France Book Review