“There’s more,” Peter said, and Alex gasped in surprise as Peter looked back down at the document. “…I also leave Alexandra one half of my family’s vineyard, Belle Uve, to be shared with my great-nephew, Nicolas Giordano.”
And so the great adventure in this young woman’s life begins. Written in the spirit of those time honored books and movies of wine growing and Italy such as A Walk in the Sun by Deborah chief or Under the Tuscan Sun by Frances Mayes, this novbel adds new depth top that wonderful concept. Alex learns wine but more thanb that she finds the truth in the Italian survival of the terror of World War Two. It’s a book not to be missed.
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“In the meantime, I will let my mind drift to the other wonderful thing about fall – curling up in my favorite corner of the couch with a cup of hot tea and a good book while a fire blazes nearby. What will you be reading this fall and winter? A Place To Call Home is available, and every Wednesday, I will send you a thought or two about my writings and upcoming books. Stay tuned and stay warm!”
A former librarian and teacher, she writes form the Eastern Shroe of Maryland where she lives with her husband, three daughters and two dogs. Her writing is “a verbal masterpiece of art.”