Indian Summer

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1st World Library, Apr 15, 2007 - 342 pages
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Midway of the Ponte Vecchio at Florence, where three arches break the lines of the little jewellers' booths glittering on either hand, and open an approach to the parapet, Colville lounged against the corner of a shop and stared out upon the river. It was

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I was surprised how much I enjoyed this! I read The Enchanted April first, planning on reading about the adventures of the English/Americans abroad, but found that to be too insipid and cloying. This ... Read full review

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Theodore Colvill, newly and abruptly retired from two decades in the newspaper business, returns to Florence to begin the second act of his life. He meets an old friend and her stunning ward and ... Read full review

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