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In summer, lots of readers like to tackle complex works of non-fiction. Our book critic tells us why this summer, she turned to two ambitious works of historical fiction: Suite Francaise by Irene Nemirovsky and Triangle by Katharine Weber.
by Irene Nemirovsky and Sandra Smith
Hardcover, 395 pages |
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by Katharine Weber
Hardcover, 242 pages |
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