27 thoughts on “Books

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  24. Sir I must ask when you will write your next book. All the light we cannot see canned my life in so many ways. Thank you for writing it.

  25. Can not wait to read your next book! Bought it for my daughter who was a French major -went to her house and she had already bought it. Tried to give it to my son -he had also bought it! We had our very own book club! Last time in Rome I carried “Four Seasons in Rome” and went to all of the places you did while researching and writing there. When can we look forward to your next book!!!

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