Our latest release is a trilogy by Eleanor Sinclair, The Italian Cruise, The Paris Journals, and Barnard College, called The Barnard Journals Trilogy.
"The Barnard Journals Trilogy, Part I THE ITALIAN CRUISE" by Eleanor Sinclair
AFTER HER HUSBAND REFUSES AT THE LAST MINUTE TO GO WITH HER ON THEIR PLANNED TOUR OF EUROPE OVER THE SUMMER, SHE DECIDES TO GO BY HERSELF. IT IS NOW TOO LATE TO GET ANYONE TO TRAVEL WITH HER. SHE TAKES A TWO WEEK CRUISE OF THE MEDITERRANEAN TO VISIT ITALY, GREECE AND TURKEY, AND HAS A PASSIONATE ONBOARD AFFAIR. DUE TO THE OUTBREAK OF CHOLERA AT A NEARBY PORT, SHE WORRIES ABOUT GETTING QUARANTINED ONBOARD.
"Then there is the problem of the husband who wants to meet me me in Barcelona. If there's no letter at the dock, I'll have to call him and I have very mixed feelings about him coming to Europe. It has been good to know I can travel the whole summer and each new place has meant conquering the fear of travelling alone. So much for tomorrow for tonight I am going to sleep with Armando."
This paperback book is available on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble bookstores.
Part II of The Barnard Journals Trilogy - "The Paris Journals,"
about the author's true life adventures as an expatriate in the 1970's. She meets David Hockney and goes to the opening at the Louvre of his retrospective and the week of parties that follow. She works as a photographer for a journalist and meets Francois Truffaut. Jacques de Bascher, an assistant to Karl Lagerfeld, becomes a close friend. Egon von Furstenberg offers to redecorate her apartment. The journals also tell of an out of control lifestyle before she returns to the USA after two years.
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