Novelist Alan Furst at the Campton Place Hotel in San Francisco in 2006.
Novelist Alan Furst at the Campton Place Hotel in San Francisco in 2006. Michael A. Jones Sacramento Bee file
Novelist Alan Furst at the Campton Place Hotel in San Francisco in 2006. Michael A. Jones Sacramento Bee file

Alan Furst brings WWII espionage to Bee Book Club

June 05, 2016 02:00 PM

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