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Currently readingOur Spoons Came from Woolworths (Virago modern classics) by Barbara Comyns
The Duff Cooper Diaries by John Julius Norwich
The Gourmet by Muriel Barbery
An episode of sparrows by Rumer Godden
Major Thompson Lives in France AND Major Thompson and I by Pierre Daninos
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