What do you do when a semi-feral dog bites off the nose of a guest at your first French dinner? What when the well dries up? What do you say to your French mistress? Where to go if you don't want to see any compatriots? In More More France Please Helena Frith Powell writes candidly about the real-life stories of herself and fellow Brits in France. She reveals wittily what really goes on behind the beautiful limestone facades in France s loveliest villages.
Helena Frith Powell is a journalist and author who has written for, among others, the Sunday Times, the Daily Mail, Grazia, The Telegraph and Red Magazine.
She was educated at Durham University and has lived in the south of France since 2000.
It was her interest in the difference between French and English women that led to the best-selling book Two Lipsticks and a Lover, and her novel that is out now called Love in a Warm Climate.
She has also written a diet book, a book about how not to age badly, a memoir and a guide to moving to France.
She is married to the writer and journalist Rupert Wright and they have five children between them.