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His book is set in 1892 New England and is described as a cross between Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sergio Ruzzier – A Letter for Leo (Clarion, November 2014) In this 2014 Children’s Choice Book Award nominee’s title, the letter, a long-forgotten form of communication, plays an important role in this book that is similar to A Letter to Amy (Harper & Row, 1968) and The Jolly Postman (Little, Brown, 1986).