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> Dorothy Sayers?  The only person I know who would write a murder mystery based around church bells in England.  A great book.  I've read the entire Lord Peter canon, which I think contains one of the best love stories in literature.
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> Now to bring this slightly back on-topic:  I'm reading a great book right now called The Razor's Edge, by W. Somerset Maugham--picked up at a used-book sale in Hanover, when I was there on a beautiful September zero-day.  They had bags of books for three dollars,

Both great reads!
Right on, sistuh!

Now read Maugham's book loosely based on Paul Gauguin, "The Moon and 
the Sixpence" - now THAT will make you want to follow your heart and 
escape to tahiti, or maybe the Sierras.
;-)

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