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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Some great lines from the 1886 classic: "Oh, how can you be yourself, and still be yourself?" "His instinct of forbearance had served him better than the subtlest art. His submission was the best ... Read full review

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I enjoyed this book. Indian Summer was abt 350 pages. I enjoyed the author's writing style and the story itself. Good character developement and good characters! I just felt this was longer than it ... Read full review

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