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October 21, 2010

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carrie

i read majorie's book this summer. i loved it. i felt like i was watching a classic movie as i read each page.

Martha D

I loved Summer at Tiffany so much. I made everyone in my book club read it. one of the women in my book club was lucky enough to have Marjorie speak at another book club she is in and said Marjorie was just as charming as could be.

I thought Summer at Tiffany was a magical book that really captured a particular moment in time. What a great read it was.

Esme

I wish I knew about this-I would have gone.

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