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courtesy of Mary Stewart’s The Moon-Spinners. island of Crete
Roqueville, on the
d’Azur, via Spinsters in Jeopardy (Ngaio Marsh).
where I attended a Delta Wedding.
I actually spent quite a lot of time in the United Kingdom this year—making stops in Crampton Hodnet (in the book of the same name by Barbara Pym), Edgecomb St. Mary (Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand), Newbury (see above), London and Cornwall (Jacqueline Winspear’s Messenger of Truth), among other fictional and real destinations.
So you see, when time and/or finances don’t permit me to explore the world firsthand, I turn to books to satisfy my craving for travel. And now, as I finish this post, I’ll be returning to rural
with Barbara Kingsolver’s Flight Behavior.
Where has your reading taken you this summer?
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