“Train to Trieste”, the 2008 novel by Washington and Lee University Romance languages professor Domnica Radulescu, continues to appear on best-seller lists around the world. Most recently the novel was No. 4 on the electronic book list at Foyles, the London book seller, which appears weekly in The Observer. (Note that it was one spot ahead of Dan Brown’s “The Lost Symbol.”
Meantime, the French version, titled “Un train pour Trieste,” has been the subject of reviews in newspapers and on blog sites, including this one on La culture se partage and another on Ledauphine.com.
Watch for an announcement soon with complete details about a reading that Domnica is giving for her forthcoming novel, “Black Sea Twilight,” in Northen Auditorium on March 29 at 5 p.m.