Cappuccino at Podgorica: More Short Stories
Cappucino at Podgorica is a second collection of short stories by Dr. David Holcombe. It moves from the sunny hills of California, to the rugged mountains of Montenegro, with many intriguing places in between. Various aspects of the human heart are explored with a curiosity and precision that delights and amuses. There is even some lagniappe (a little extra), four stories in translation for the international audience (Bulgarian, Czech, French and Italian). Come join the fun and explore the world through the eyes of the a humanistic doctor.
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