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Review of ‘One Thing Stolen’

In Beth Kephart’s One Thing Stolen, the beauty and history of one of the world’s great cities and the confusion and fear caused by a rare brain disorder combine to produce a fresh, unexpected story.

Seventeen-year-old Nadia Cara and her family are in Florence for her father’s research on the massive 1966 Arno River flood.…

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