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Author To Spend Six Days In Bookstore Window

Posted at 9:01AM Monday 19 Mar 2012

Isabel Losada has just wrapped another day sitting in the window of a Parisian bookstore. That's four down and two to go for the U.K. author, who's in town to promote the release of the French-language translation of her 2001 book, The Battersea Park Road to Enlightenment/Mes Tribulations sur le chemin de l'éveil (Presses du Châtelet).

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