The Matchmaker of Perigord Reviews
"It's all done well enough, but a reliance on magical-realist elements to resolve the town's spiraling affairs makes for an unsatisfying resolution." - Publishers Weekly
"Filled with enchanting settings and a brilliant attention to detail, Stuart's first novel is an enjoyable trip through the sweetness, sadness, and hilarity that love-and life-often brings." - Library Journal
"A slightly verbose, yet still delightful, excursion to a kinder, gentler place." - Kirkus
"A hilarious romp off the beaten track. Love it to bits." - Joanne Harris, author of Chocolat and Gentlemen and Players
"This frothy debut, as enchanting as Joanne Harriss Chocolat, follows Guillaume Ladoucette, a barber in southwestern France." - More Magazine
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