Norman Lewis

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Norman Lewis (1908–2003) was one of the greatest English-language travel writers. He was the author of thirteen novels and fourteen works of nonfiction, including Naples ’44, The Tomb in Seville, and Voices of the Old Sea. Lewis served in the Allied occupation of Italy during World War II, and reported from Mafia-ruled Sicily and Vietnam under French-colonial rule, among other locations. Born in England, he traveled extensively, living in places including London, Wales, Nicaragua, a Spanish fishing village, and the countryside near Rome.

Books By Norman Lewis (11 Books)


New Documentary Naples '44 is a Devastating Portrait of the Tolls of War 
10 Books That Will Inspire You to Travel
Unfolded map on a car dashboard with view of the road ahead
11 Books That Let You Travel the World
9 Offbeat Books for Summer Road Trips