Fat Dogs and French Estates, Part 3

BETH HASLAM

Fat Dogs series, 3

Beth, and her grumpy husband, Jack, have finally bought their dream country estate, but their “modest” renovation process soon turns into a project of nightmarish proportions. Join them as they take on a team of eccentric French builders, stampeding wild boar, tap-dancing nocturnal dormice, kamikaze bugs, and a forest that defies all reasonable navigational skills.

This is the hilarious third instalment of the Haslams’ French adventures.

Book Themes

Humour, Property, Travel, France, Dogs, Animals.

The Fat Dogs series by Beth Haslam. Click a book to see it on Amazon.

The Fat Dogs series

Fat Dogs and French Estates, Part 1

Fat Dogs and French Estates, Part 2

Fat Dogs and French Estates, Part 3

Fat Dogs and French Estates, Part 4

Fat Dogs and French Estates, Part 5

Who is Beth Haslam?

Beth Haslam was brought up on a shooting estate in Wales. Deep in the countryside, her childhood was spent either on horseback, helping the gamekeepers raise pheasants, or out sailing. After a serious car crash in 1991, Beth she set up her own consultancy business.

As semi-retirement beckoned, Beth and her husband, Jack, decided to buy a second home in France. This became a life-changing event where computers and mobile phones swapped places with understanding the foibles of the French and tackling the language.

Beth is now occupied as never before. Raising and saving animals, writing, and embracing everything that rural France has to offer; she’s loving it!

Connect with Beth Haslam

Email: fatdogsfrance@gmail.com

Website: www.bethhaslam.com

Facebook: Beth Haslam

Twitter: @FatDogsFrance

Instagram: http://instagram.com/fatdogsandfrenchestates

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