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May 20, 2008


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Meg Waite Clayton

I was lucky to get an advanced reader copy of this - and highly recommend it! It's packed full of wonderful destinations and facts, and its tone and format make it a delight to read even if you don't leave your armchair.


Just put up a copy of this yesterday at work--looks like fun!


OK, I've added this to my wishlist because I MUST HAVE this one - to mix two of my favorite things (traveling and reading) in one book is delightful!


This might be the best place to ask this question since this post is about book and author locations. I had heard a long time ago that Amazon had a feature that allowed you to find books that were set in your hometown or were by home town authors. Is this true and if it is, how can you find out how to use that feature? Thanks to anyone who can solve the mystery!


What a joy to find soomene else who thinks this way.

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