Masters of Illusion: A Novel of the Connecticut Circus Fireby Mary-Ann Tirone Smith
In an historical novel based on the 1944 Barnum & Bailey's circus tent fire that killed hundreds, two survivors reexamine their lives and marriage while seeking the fire's true cause. By the author of The Port of Missing Men.
- Grand Central Publishing
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- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.63(d)
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HAVING READ "GIRLS OF A TENDER AGE" BY NARY-ANN I WAS ANXIOUS TO READ "MASTERS OF ILLUSION". I WAS NOT DISAPPOINNTED!. THIS STORY GRASPS YOUR ATTENTION AND ACTUALLY ALLOWS YOU TO VIZUALIZE THRUOUT. I HAVED LIVED IN CT FOR THE PAST 48 YEARS AND HAVE KNOW ABOUT THIS TRAGEDY AND PEOPLE WHO WERE THERE/OR WERE SUPPOSED TO BE THERE ON THAT TRAGIC DAY. I MYSELF WAS AT THE CIRCUS SET UP IN PROVIDENCE IN THE PREVIOUS DAYS WATCHING THE TENT BEING SET UP. THE CHARACTERS ARE VERY BELIEVABLE!!! I WOULD READ THIS AUTHORS WORK IN THE FUTURE.