Domenico's Table

Overview

Domenico's Table is a riveting postwar adventure loosely based on the life of Domenico Sacchielli, charming proprietor, chef extraordinaire, and gregarious cousin to the Bertozzis of Tuscany. When a sassy American joins a former German soldier and his stoic granddaughter for a reunion at Domenico's holiday rental in Italy, sparks fly. For love to kindle, bitter memories and closely guarded secrets must be surrendered; but bigotry, suspicion, and fear stand in the way. With the help of a handsome Italian tour ...
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Overview

Domenico's Table is a riveting postwar adventure loosely based on the life of Domenico Sacchielli, charming proprietor, chef extraordinaire, and gregarious cousin to the Bertozzis of Tuscany. When a sassy American joins a former German soldier and his stoic granddaughter for a reunion at Domenico's holiday rental in Italy, sparks fly. For love to kindle, bitter memories and closely guarded secrets must be surrendered; but bigotry, suspicion, and fear stand in the way. With the help of a handsome Italian tour guide, time, truth, and a miracle will determine if love prevails.
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Editorial Reviews

The Portland Review - M.Chris Johnson
"Domenico's Table, Teresa Neumann's second novel, is a beautiful, incredible story regarding love and war spanning through the 1940's and 2001. Neumann magnificently outlines and defines the evils of war and the chilling effects it has on families who endured the heartache for years to come. With a climax you do not expect, Domenico's Table is the perfect novel for those who enjoy a good read involving love, food, and the other side - the German side - of WWII." - The Portland Review
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780983121022
  • Publisher: Teresa Neumann
  • Publication date: 1/9/2013
  • Pages: 406
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

The author of "Bianca's Vineyard," Teresa Neumann lives in Oregon's beautiful Willamette Valley. In addition to spending time with her family, Teresa enjoys writing, playing her violin, traveling to Italy, and meeting and talking with her readers.
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