Tiger Fitzgerald

Tiger Fitzgerald

by Elizabeth Falconer
     
 

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By the time Tiger is 18, life at Neill's Court has become almost unbearable. She finds her way to Paris, becomes an artist, and discovers the richness of a bohemian life. But always at the back of her mind is Neill's Court and the Irish countryside.

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By the time Tiger is 18, life at Neill's Court has become almost unbearable. She finds her way to Paris, becomes an artist, and discovers the richness of a bohemian life. But always at the back of her mind is Neill's Court and the Irish countryside.

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Publishers Weekly - Publishers Weekly
Elizabeth Falconer's Tiger Fitzgerald follows the coming-of-age of the youngest and most beautiful of three Irish sisters. Their father flees to Italy, leaving their mother and the estate to fall into decline; when strong-willed Tiger turns 18, she goes to Paris. Taken in as an au pair by the well-to-do, old Comtesse de Martel-Cluny, she discovers art and, shortly thereafter, sex and the bohemian life. She drifts from affair to affair, dreaming of true love and the life she left behind in Ireland. Falconer (Frost at Midnight) has a graceful writing style, which puts this above similar romantic offerings. Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780552998406
Publisher:
Transworld Publishers Limited
Publication date:
08/01/2001
Pages:
346
Product dimensions:
4.99(w) x 7.77(h) x 0.94(d)

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