Douglas Cooper's brilliant debut novel, Amnesia, was a national bestseller, earning him comparisons to the likes of Michael Ondaatje, Paul Auster, and Italo Calvino. Now, in his second novel - famed as the first-ever novel to be serialized on the Web - Mr. Cooper confirms his talent.
When the elderly Ariel Price, world-famous architect, receives a letter from a would-be biographer announcing his intention to move forward without Price's approval or authorization, he decides that there is only one response: the biographer will have to die.
|Publisher:||Random House of Canada, Limited|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Douglas Cooper, born and raised in Toronto, now lives in Manhattan. He received an M.A. in Philosophy and studied architecture before dropping out to concentrate on his writing. His work regularly appears in such magazines as Details, Wired, Spin and New York.