Antidotes to snow on the ground

Being what the French call a bouquiniste as well as a blogger, the word ‘snow’ makes me think not only of the frustrating fall of white stuff I can see through my study window but also of a couple of books I have enjoyed in the not too distant past. First there is Orhan Pamuk’s Snow set in the Kurdish region of Turkey and worth it’s space on the bookshelves of every literati. Then there was Miss Smilla’s Feeling for Snow by Peter Hoeg where the lady’s curiosity and her knowledge of the different types of snow leads her to solve a mystery.  Do you have snow books to recommend?

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