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Posted January 16, 2014
With intriguing descriptions of art and equally sharp-eyed obser
With intriguing descriptions of art and equally sharp-eyed observation of people, this page-turner of a novel is also an homage to Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier. The novel explores the feelings of the young, female narrator as a strained and awkward newcomer; she is the newly installed young curator at the Nauquasset, a museum of contemporary art on Cape Cod. Mingling with the salt air of the Cape is the Gothic air of mystery surrounding the disappearance of the enigmatic Alena, the museum's former curator, who went missing and is presumed dead three years before. Recommended!
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Posted March 2, 2014
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