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'Set at a time of lengthening shadows, this is a novel about the sparks that illuminate the dark: of wisdom, compassion, defiance and courage. It is wry, piercing and also, fittingly, radiant.' Daily Mail From Robert Seethaler, the author of the Man Booker International shortlisted A Whole Life, comes a deeply moving story of ordinary lives profoundly affected by the Third Reich, in the tradition of novels such as Fred Uhlman's classic Reunion, Bernhard Schlink's The Reader and Rachel Seiffert's The Dark Room. When seventeen-year-old Franz exchanges his home in the idyllic beauty of the Austrian lake district for the bustle of Vienna, his homesickness quickly dissolves amidst the thrum of the city. In his role as apprentice to the elderly tobacconist Otto Trsnyek, he will soon be supplying the great and good of Vienna with their newspapers and cigarettes. Among the regulars is a Professor Freud, whose predilection for cigars and occasional willingness to dispense romantic advice will forge a bond between him and young Franz. It is 1937. In a matter of months Germany will annex Austria and the storm that has been threatening to engulf the little tobacconist will descend, leaving the lives of Franz, Otto and Professor Freud irredeemably changed.
Learn the ins and outs of tobacco use, from cigars, pipes, vapes, hookahs, and more! As we live in the “golden age of cigar making,” there is more to know and appreciate than ever before. Great cigars and pipe tobaccos take years to grow, nurture, age, blend, and construct, yet their destiny is to return to dust; it is an extraordinary transformational and artistic journey that yields priceless moments and memories for the aficionado. But where do things begin? Where to start? From Jorge Armenteros, founder of Tobacconist University®, you will learn everything you want and need to know about cigars and pipes. From seed to cigar, Armenteros will teach not only the history of tobacco, but what the future holds. The Tobacconist Handbook exists as a resource for lovers of luxury tobacco to enhance our knowledge, appreciation, and quality of life. Included in this handbook are numerous important lessons, including: Learning the different types of tobacco Which cigar best suits Making the perfect cut Setting up a humidor And much more Great cigars and pipes help us ruminate, decompress, gather our thoughts and emotions, revitalize ourselves, and savor our time. Furthermore, through education you will learn that luxury tobacco products are used by choice and not out of habit. They are products created by great craftsmen and women who honor thousands of years of traditions and history. Whether you’re a seasoned smoker or someone looking to learn more about the history and becoming a cigar aficionado, The Tobacconist Handbook is the perfect place to start.
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Short excerpt: Miss Rutherford darted into the schoolroom and at once there was quietness save for half-choked sobs here and there and a more ominous kind of moaning from the crowded corner.
Having lost her father, Thea Goodson is alone in the world. It is true she has a husband, but Ernie is a brutal man. And besides, Ernie Goodson has secrets - secrets that even his wife cannot share. Thea goes on, forcing a smile as she toils in Ernie's home and tobacco shop. That is, until a handsome stranger arrives to set up shop next door...

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