Everyone much enjoyed your talk and it is a testament to both the subject and your ability as a speaker that you sold so many books. Julian Sturdy-Morton, A Bit of TLC Limited, At the Army and Navy Club.
And it is we who must thank you for such an inspiring talk which gathered a full house for the first time in years. It was wonderful to see so many people and friendly faces in the lecture hall. We will have earned some very good funding from the evening for which we are immensely grateful since our income has been so depleted during lockdown. Melanie Chairman, The Haslemere Museum.
Thank for a fascinating talk the other night Francelle, absolutely brilliant Mike O'Keefe Custodian of the Official Royal Image Library of HM The Queen
I have to tell you that I am half way through the book about your wonderful mother. Your evening was an highlight for me. Philip Coward Chairman, The Hill Brush Company Ltd (Royal Warrant Holder)
Thank you for being part of our 2019 festival. Your talk was fantastic and it was lovely to meet you Julia Dams, Programmes Director Isle of Wight Festival
Thank you very much indeed for coming to the Chalke Valley History Festival to give a talk on Andrée’s War. We have received excellent feedback so are most grateful. I hope you sold plenty of books. Jane Pleydell-Bouverie, Chalke Valley History Festival Director 2018
It is always a shame for me that after months and months of planning I hardly get to see any of the events - or even meet all the speakers - but I heard great reports and I'm so glad that you enjoyed it, as I know the audience did. Tom Ryan, Programming Director, Henley Literary Festival 2017
It was wonderful to meet you and your event was so interesting. Brenda Daly, Festival Director, Fowey Festival of Arts and Literature
We received lots of great feedback from our visitors about how much they enjoyed your session in particular. Thank you. You were speaking to 71 people on the day. So hopefully you got a good number buying books! Heather Adams, HMA Literary Agency ( for Buckingham Literary Festival 2017)
We wanted to thank you for coming to the Club on Monday and delivering such a wonderful talk to our Members, they thoroughly enjoyed it. Niki Mapouras, Events & Marketing Manager, The In and Out Naval and Military Club
I was fascinated by your talk and how you came to write the book which I shall look forward to reading William de Segundo, Chairman, The Canning club at the In and Out
Thank you again for your talk to the AWC on Tuesday. I have heard many wonderful comments about the morning, and one or two people have also let me know how much they are enjoying the book. I wish you much luck with your admirable efforts to raise money for such a dreadful disease, and hope to be able to listen to you again if you are speaking in London. The American Womens' Club Thank you so much for coming to our Morning Coffee today…your talk was brilliant and captivated our audience of Australian, Canadian and New Zealand women. The Australian Women's Club
It was lovely to see you yesterday and thank you so much for your splendid talk to the members of our Wednesday Circle about your mother’s fascinating experience in the French Resistance. I have been told by many of those who were at the lunch, how much they were intrigued and touched by what you had to say and we are most grateful to you for all the trouble you have taken. National Liberal Club
Thank you for your wonderful presentation at the Harvard Club of Boston. I know our audience greatly enjoyed and appreciated it. I'm very glad to hear that your US book tour continued on with success in NYC. It was truly a pleasure meeting you. I would love to keep in touch, and in the meantime I will continue to spread word about Andree's War. John Cornish, Chairman of the Harvard Club of Boston's Author Series
The description of your Mother’s life and exploits as a member of the French Resistance at Meet the Author this week mesmerized us all. What an amazing story. It was truly inspirational and very moving. It is not often that we sell more books than we have attendees but I am not surprised that people were so keen to buy what is a quite extraordinary story and to support such a good cause. It must be heart-breaking for you to see what has become of her clever, quick-witted mind. Susie Prtridge, Chairman The University Women's Club
Thank you very much for addressing the Senior Fellows' Society last Friday: You described your mother's contribution to the war effort brilliantly. I have already started to read the book which, like your talk, is very well written. David H.A. Jones, Chairman Senior Fellows' Society, The Royal College of Surgeons.
.. We had such a wonderful turn out and some lovely feedback which Kat will email you separately. I’m so pleased that you sold so many books too. Let me know when you write your sequel and we’ll invite you back. Nicki Davis, Events Manager, Roehampton Club.
Many thanks for your excellent performance yesterday, all the feedback was very good. They were all interested in your story and as you noticed very engaged in the subject. We had a good turnout, I think they said about 140 ladies, which is very good. Anna Groot, Chairman of the Kensington and Chelsea Women's Association
.. It was fascinating hearing about your mother and her exploits as well as those of your uncle. The talk was everything we expected and more. There is no doubt that the young people who took part in these resistance lines were very special people. Vanessa Ilsley, President, The British Association of Monaco. .. Thank you again for your excellent talk at the Club last night which, as I hope was apparent from the reaction of all those present, was much enjoyed. I meant what I said when I stressed how having a direct personal connection with the individuals involved can bring the facts of any story to life in a unique way.
Francelle regularly gives talks - around the UK and abroad, about Andrée’s War and the French Resistance. She tailors each presentation to the audience in question, and enjoys taking questions from attendees. If you would like to arrange an event
Her aim is to raise money for Alzheimer’s research, the disease from which Andrée suffered, £12 from each book sold through this site goes to THE TRUST>> Occasionally she is prepared to share some of the proceeds from book sales with an organising charity.