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“A book about many things, including PTSD and healing. What an intricate entwining of the characters. For me, it was true escape. The kind of book I can get lost in. ” – Kris K.

“A book that could well become a classic.” – Ann B.

James Sajo writes non-fiction articles for newspapers, magazines and e-zines.  He also writes non-fiction books covering diverse topics such as pizza, travel, food and wine (particularly from Italy), the Olympic Games, and the 150th Anniversary of Italy.

His first novel, “The Salome Effect,” was published in 2012.  He is currently working on a historical fiction, set in 17th century Italy, and a series of short e-books about the things he loves most in Italy; Venice, Torino, wine and food.

He and his wife have lived in Italy nearly 30 years.

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