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Born in Poland, Margot Justes has lived in some of the world's most wonderful places, including Israel, France and South Africa.

Currently living in the Midwestern United States, she has taken her love of art and travel and cultivated it into unique settings and stories for her writing. A Hotel in Paris is her first novel.

A member of Romance Writers of America and Sisters in Crime, she served on the board of both organizations.

She finished her second novel, A Hotel in Bath as well as a novella A Fire Within, and she is currently working on the third book, A Hotel in Venice as well as a paranormal vampire story.


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I’m a big fan of afternoon tea, it is relaxing, and just plain fun. My first introduction to afternoon tea was in South Africa, many years ago and I have been a fan ever since.
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Description: At a professional and emotional crossroad in her life, Minola Grey, an American painter decides that a trip to Paris is just what she needs to re-capture her muse. Soon after her arrival, a murder in the hotel disrupts her peaceful contemplation. Quick on the case is Interpol Inspector Peter Riley, who suspects Minola of holding the oldest profession known to man. Despite his rudeness and hostility, the gratuitous loss of life impacts her deeply and forces her to take action. With an eye for details, Minola's ability to observethe casual occurrences of every day life instilled in her as an artist, and her equally impressive talent to putting it on paper could help bring the case to closure. But when the murderer realizes she knows too much, can Peter Riley keep her safe?

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Bradley I hope you are having a good day. =)


Margot Hi Bradley,
Yes, I am, thank you. In my book, it is almost Friday and get to write this weekend.
Have a great day,
Margot


Jeannie Faulkner Barber Hi Margot and thanks for adding me as a friend. Congrats on your second book!
Blessings,
Jeannie


Margot Hi Jeannie,
Thank you coming on board.
I just finished the novella, A Fire Within. Exhilirating. Now I need to buckle down and finish A Hotel in Bath.
Margot


Margot Just came back from Venice-setting of third book and loved it. A Hotel in Bath is finished.
Margot Justes
www.mjustes.com


Roxanne Thanks for your friendship, Margot.


Margot Roxanne wrote: "Thanks for your friendship, Margot."

Roxanne wrote: "Thanks for your friendship, Margot."

Hi Roxanne,
It's lovely to have new friends.
Thank you,
Margot


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