It Happened in Tuscany

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Capriole Group
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5.0 X 8.0 X 0.91 inches | 0.98 pounds

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About the Author
Gail Mencini is the acclaimed author of It Happened in Tuscany and To Tuscany with Love, both Denver Post #1 bestsellers. Gail has received numerous awards for her writing, including winning the 2014 Beverly Hills International Book Award in the Chick-Lit Fiction category for To Tuscany with Love, a Bronze IPPY medal for It Happened in Tuscany, and being named the 2014 Top of the Town Readers' Choice Author by 5280 Magazine. Gail grew up in DeWitt, Nebraska, and graduated from Wartburg College with a BA in Accounting and Economics. She earned a master of taxation degree from the University of Denver. Gail began her career as a CPA specializing in tax law, which later transitioned to full-time mother to four boys. A frequent visitor to Tuscany and a homegrown gourmet cook, Gail has toured Italy by car, train, bus, Vespa, and foot. Gail lives in Colorado with her husband, where she loves entertaining her family and friends, traveling, and spending time outdoors. Gail is a breast cancer survivor and a passionate advocate of proactive breast healthcare and is grateful every day for her many blessings. Visit Gail's website to find It Happened in Tuscany and To Tuscany with Love companion recipes, reader discussion questions, and book club enhancement ideas.

...All of Mencini's characters feel authentic. The author writes tension and drama beautifully, delivering unexpected twists and revelations, not only about Francesca but also about what Will and Sophie hide in their hearts. The story's surprising, complex, and deeply satisfying ending answers many questions...-- BlueInk Reviews

Reading the novel It Happened in Tuscany, I laughed, I cried, and I reveled at being in Italy. ... Readers will feel as if they're walking along village cobblestones, devouring Tuscan delicacies, gazing at Gothic cathedrals, and enjoying the view of vineyards ... --Jalynn Venis, author of Ghost Island