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NOT QUITE A LOVE LETTER TO ITALY

Updated: Jul 5


During the Napoleonic era, a naive baker's son in an insignificant Italian village falls under the spell of a radical revolutionary and is given a task that could alter history. Available now on Amazon.

"I laughed and I cried. I really enjoyed the author's style of writing, tongue in cheek, mocking yet with a deeper, almost sinister undertone that made me think. Highly recommended." Lucinda E. Clarke Reader's Favorite

"In an easy and exciting read, Thomas Bauer has written an intriguing, ironic tale of Italian days long past and of the enduring methology of revolution." Jon Michael Miller



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