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The Stone Boudoir (book)


Intrigued by her grandmother's comment that 'there's nothing there' at her former home in Sicily, Theresa Maggio vowed that she would go there herself. 'The Stone Boudoir' is a remarkable account of a vanishing way of life, told in a stark but evocative manner by someone seeking to understand what could have been her own culture. This vivid jouney through one of the most spectacular regions of Europe will captivate all those who read it. [1]