Technical fault in satnav system sends British tourists into a desolate French village…
Jean Marc Bulot is the mayor of Crêpe, a village famous for nothing. Where you can’t even get a baguette, never mind a beer. So when British tourists mysteriously start arriving, he decides to make his mark. He opens a bar, a restaurant, a campsite and a shop. He even falls in love—things are going well. Until the neighbouring village Ventrèche finds out and an ancient feud is reignited. Suddenly everyone has a score to settle, including himself.
★★★★★ “Le Glitch is a fast-paced entertaining read. Clever and witty, a breath of fresh air. Highly recommended.” Emma Hilditch, Parisot Literary Festival.
★★★★★ “Frighteningly original…and damn funny!” Alain Bedin, La Vie Review.
★★★★★ “Philip Ogley’s satirical rural romp is hugely entertaining.” Cal Davis, ArcMag.
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