Guido

February 1, 2018|
Guido
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Guido is the authors first novel he is a retired General and Electrical Contractor and lives with his wife in the wine country of Napa Valley California. He was born in Brooklyn New York and left at age thirty then traveled the country and eventually landed in San Francisco in the 1970. By amazing coincidence he met my wife with in the first month in San Francisco and she was also an expatriate from Brooklyn. His first job was in carpentry then buying and selling refurbished houses then started an Electrical contracting business in San Francisco. He moved on to hard wiring computer systems for telecommunications company in northern and central California until his retirement. He and his wife have two children a boy and a girl and two grandchildren. Guido was born in Florence in Tuscany but under the worst circumstances he was abandoned to the street as an urchin who has a telltale six fingers on his left hand. This will dog him the rest of his life. He is rescued by the Sisters of Clare and is taken to a doctor and his wife. He was home schooled by the doctors wife who was a linguist. He quickly accelerated his studies and was considered a genius at a very young age. Consequently he was fluent in reading and writing in all the romance languages. He was accepted into the University of Bologna the age of sixteen where he excelled in translating the ancient languages of Greek Latin and Hebrew. He finished his studies before his eighteenth birthday and returned to Florence. He was duped into following a man to Spain that he has unintentionally offended this starts his trek through Spain being pursued by the inquisition which eventually leads him the London where he begins his startling career.

Title:GuidoFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 1, 2018Publisher:Xlibris USLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1477104356

ISBN - 13:9781477104354

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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