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Book Review of The Tuscan Child

The Tuscan Child
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Helpful Score: 2

Really enjoyed this book. Joanna's father, Sir Hugo Langley, dies at what once was his family's estate turned boarding school - alone. When she returns to make arrangements, she discovers clues to her father's past during WWII. She travels to a small village in Tuscany, Italy to uncover the secrets her father kept well hidden, she finds the small village is lovely, inviting, but doesn't want to revisit the past. Wonderful friends, food, and suspense. The books switches between two timelines (1944 and 1970's), but it works well. Great read!!