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Los Angeles Times: "Mini review by Susan Salter Reynolds"

Date: Jun 27 2010

Basile Tocquard needs to get away from his mother. At 40, he is too old for Sunday couscous and too young to marry a “nice Algerian girl.” This is the other Paris, city of expectations, late-night coffee in Saint Germain, “bluish plumes caressing the rooftops,” holy water mailed from Mecca, the right girl, the wrong caste.