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Frances Mayes

Bella Tuscany

Frances Mayes Bella Tuscany The Sweet Life In Italy
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Frances Mayes, whose enchanting #1 New York Times bestseller Under the Tuscan Sun made the world fall in love with Tuscany, invites us back for a delightful new season of friendship, festivity, and food, there and throughout Italy.

""A love letter to Italy written in precise and passionate language of near poetic density...A book to treasure, as the author so clearly treasures the life she engraves on our hearts.""
--Susan Jacoby, Newsday

""Fall in love again with the charming people and countryside of Cortona in this evocative follow-up to Under the Tuscan Sun.""
--People

""Mayes displays a gift for conveying everyday life through her writing...Perfect for those with the yen but not the means for a second home...Mayes presents a simpler, less frantic version of how to live one's life.""
--USA Today

""Frances Mayes is, before all else, a wonderful writer...She never loses sight of the fact that millenniums-old Tuscany, with its immemorial customs and folkways, is not to be domesticated or made familiar.  Her Italy remains intransigently foreign, exotic, a continuing revelation of strangeness and unexpected beauties.""
--Chicago Tribune

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