Holiday Reading – Patricia Sands

Author Patricia Sands has been busy reading and will share her three recent good reads to add to your holiday reading list.
Here’s Patricia:
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3 books recently read (click on the book titles for more information):
The Red Notebook ~ The owner of a bookshop in Paris finds a woman’s handbag on the street and becomes obsessed with finding the owner although there is no identifying information apart from a dry cleaning tag. It’s a quirky, creative read that becomes addictive. Who is that woman?
~ My Wish List ~ Also set in France. A woman leading a simple life in a small village wins a BIG lottery and can’t decide whether to upset her life by cashing it. This is a quick, light read and gives pause to the question of what you might do. My Wish List on Kindle
All The Light We Cannot See ~ On a completely different literary level (and, yes, also set in France … but then you know that country is my addiction), from the highly acclaimed, multiple award-winning Anthony Doerr. This is the beautiful, stunningly ambitious instant New York Times bestseller about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II.
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And here are Patricia’s own books for your reading pleasure.
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8 thoughts on “Holiday Reading – Patricia Sands

    • Thanks, Darlene ~ I don’t know why I didn’t see these comments before. Waaaay too much going on at the moment. But that’s how it is for all of us, I think! All good though! And thanks for your great suggestions too. 🙂

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  1. Hi Patricia,
    I’ve also recently read Anthony Doerr’s book, and loved it. The Red Notebook looks intriguing; great premise. And your own novels look like great holiday reads. The only time I’ve ever been to Provence is in a novel! Is that wonderful photo taken there, by any chance?

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