Theft by Finding

Theft by Finding

Author: David Sedaris

Publisher: Abacus

ISBN: 0349120730

Page: 514

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Shares the author's favorite diary entries, providing a look into the mind of a comic genius.

A new roundup of personal essays from the No. 1 bestselling writer Time named America's favourite humourist

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