Tag Archives: Hermes

A delightful dinner at Hermes

Many of you know of the fashion house in Paris called Hermès. It was founded in 1837 as a saddler. It grew into a major fashion house first recognized for its purses such as the Kelly bag, the Birkin, the … Continue reading

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A first look at ‘The Very Dangerous Liaison’

Now that you’ve seen the book trailer about Alex’s next adventure, here’s a first taste of The Very Dangerous Liaison. Excerpt 1 She approached the beach house steadily with all her senses finely honed.  She had a package to deliver … Continue reading

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Book Trailer: The Very Dangerous Liaison — COMING SOON

Alex Garfield is one red hot spy — from the custom-made Hermes fanny pack where she hides her Sig Sauer 228 pistol to her exotic tastes in booze, cars and men. This is a woman who knows how to take … Continue reading

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Nothing like Paris in the Spring

Spring in Paris can bring cold, rainy weather or 75 degrees. Thankfully, it was warm this year, and just in time for Hermes’ sponsored jumping show.  Each year, Hermes sponsors the show in Paris, which is located in the Grand … Continue reading

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Mid-Winter Break: How about a trip to Palm Beach?

Palm Beach in February – a perfect break from a dreary, wet D.C. I went down to Florida to see a friend and go to an amazing horse show at Wellington.  For some reason, I had never been to either.  … Continue reading

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What to expect from Tillman Gilson

Welcome to the Tillman Gilson blog.  I will use this platform for several purposes. I’ll keep you up to date on the character Alex Garfield and all of her adventures, as well as comment on current national security and intelligence … Continue reading

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