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Nicole Barry

Co-Founder and CEO, Half Pints Brewing Co.

"I usually have a few books on the go at any one time. I started Camille by Alexandre Dumas while on vacation in France -- where the novel is set. Getting lost in this illicit love story and dreaming of what Paris once was makes this a fun book to read. The other books currently on my night table are Boutique Beer: 500 Quality Craft Beers by Ben McFarland and Pulp by Charles Bukowksi. I'm a painfully slow reader but enjoy it immensely."

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 8, 2014 G8

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