I received the following letter from a fan in Japan:
Besides it is a Japanese fan at the start.
I am an office worker with a normal housewife.
Your book was useful for me with many troubles very much.
Therefore I want to convey a feeling of thanks and, with translation software, write a letter towards a foreigner for the first time.
Because you are rich, I think that there is not the thing which I can present so.
I thought what it was to have on me.
I take a supplement to call Japanese D balance.
I came to drink this and got well very much.
Though it seems to say diagram bacon in U.S.A., it is what even I who am not a doctor sell it to a person in Japan because it is a supplement, and it can offer.
Is not this terrible?
Surely I do this story though good information will gather to you like a mountain from all over the world because I liked at all your book.
It is my feeling of small thanks.
Thank you very much for Richard Brodie.
This story of you when have like it, is glad.