Days Of Dante

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Monica, a young poet, is in love with Dante, a married man, but loses her ability to speak, just as her poetry is gaining recognition. After a harbor cruise and luncheon set up for employees of Huntingcore, a mining equipment company in Milwaukee, Monica and her coworker Julie, escape a fire that destroys four city blocks of downtown Milwaukee, while Dante, who missed the cruise by getting on the car ferry to Ludington, Michigan, arrives back to learn of the tragedy and begin ...

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Overview

Monica, a young poet, is in love with Dante, a married man, but loses her ability to speak, just as her poetry is gaining recognition. After a harbor cruise and luncheon set up for employees of Huntingcore, a mining equipment company in Milwaukee, Monica and her coworker Julie, escape a fire that destroys four city blocks of downtown Milwaukee, while Dante, who missed the cruise by getting on the car ferry to Ludington, Michigan, arrives back to learn of the tragedy and begin his search for the missing.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781448995172
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 1/19/2010
  • Pages: 210
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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  • Posted June 3, 2010

    Days of Dante, a fascinating read!

    I couldn't put this one down - I'd keep reading every chance I had when I wasn't driving on our way to Florida, every morning and evening when I could steal a few minutes of quiet time. There were many "bits of excellence" - realistic dialog, the detailed description and nuance of every movement of the characters. And, of course, the twists and turns and surprises in the plot were interesting in I wasn't sure what had happened, where I was or why. But you deftly made it clear in the end. I can't stop thinking about this story. There is a great deal of profound wisdom in Days of Dante.

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