Del Mar Country Club welcomes author Lisa See

Sherry Singer, Audrey Esko

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Bestselling and internationally-acclaimed author Lisa See was the guest speaker at the Del Mar Country Club on April 17. The event included lunch, champagne, author talk and a book signing. See is the author of the New York Times bestseller “Shanghai Girls” and the recent “Dreams of Joy.”

Photos/Jon Clark

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