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Hi Everyone! Welcome to our conversation with Javier Sierra about his new novel The Lady in Blue. Some of you may remember the author's previous visit to our book clubs for a discussion of The Secret Supper, his global bestseller about the mystery locked in the painting of Da Vinci's famous painting The Last Supper.

His latest is no less captivating and rich in historical detail. This time, Javier has brought the history of Catholic missionaries in America to the fore of his story, and the result is something very unexpected and illuminating.

I'm looking forward to getting started -- see you all here on Monday, August 6th.
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