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July 04, 2021


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Debra Eliotseats

It amazes me that Franco is still recent history (in my book as well). Spain had such a struggle for so many years.

Book sounds interesting and these cookies sound amazing!

Simona Carini

I do remember when he died, Debra, how Spain became a monarchy then the country joined the European Union. Franco held on to power for a long time. The book is well written: I wish the authors got together again and wrote more about Ana and her family. I am quite happy with the cookies (and so are the people who tasted them :)

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