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Ken Ludmer

Occasionally someone passes briefly through your life but leaves a deep impression. For me, writer Ken Ludmer is one of those people. We met by chance on a train in France when I was still a teenager, have spent only a few days in each other’s company and yet we are good friends.

I was delighted when Ken asked me to read the proofs of his book a while back and happy to contribute to the reviews on the back cover.

As proof of our ongoing friendship, here is what Ken has written inside the copy he sent me.

Ken’s second book, more specialised but still a very entertaining read, should be a required text for would-be therapists.

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