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July 14, 2008

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Darlene

I've got Suite Francaise that's just been itching to be read for a while now. And what can be better than a nice glass of wine and a good book right!

Julie E.

Can we make other French-themed suggestions? Because I really liked "Shakespeare & Co." by Sylvia Beach and "Time Was Soft There" by Jeremy Mercer.
I also want to read "Suite Francaise," and the Baxter book sounds intriguing.

Deirdre Greene

Two nonfiction French-themed books you might be interested in:
A Journey into Matisse's South of France and A Journey into Flaubert's Normandy. www.roaringfortiespress.com

Dawn

*Suite Francaise* is such a great book! The backstory in the appendices adds to the intrigue. I haven't read any of Nemirovsky's other books.

Have to admit that I haven't read anything else on the suggested list either: "we'll always have Paris" is simply a line from Casablanca to me!

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