Searching for Cunegonde

Searching for Cunegonde

by Scott R. Larson
Searching for Cunegonde

Searching for Cunegonde

by Scott R. Larson



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In a remote corner of Connemara, a reclusive American lives out his days, waiting for the inevitable moment when his past catches up with him. Now a photojournalist, Dallas Green's life has led him from the farmlands of California to Pinochet's Chile, to the boulevards of Paris, to Berlin at the moment of reunification, and finally to the West of Ireland. Searching for Cunégonde continues the story of the protagonist of Maximilian and Carlotta Are Dead and Lautaro's Spear against a historical backdrop spanning the dawn of the 1980s to the early 1990s. Will he finally put to rest the ghosts of his past, particularly the missing friend who has remained an obsession since losing track of him years earlier? A lost soul doing his best to find his way through the latter twentieth century, Dallas is witness to a tumultuous world where the only thing that is permanent is change. Throughout it all, he is always drawn back to the woman he cannot forget and with whom he knows he is meant to be.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162962441
Publisher: Scott R. Larson
Publication date: 09/26/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Scott R. Larson is the author of five novels as well as several blogs, including one of the internet’s longest-running movie review web sites,, which has been logging online film commentary since 1995. In addition to three books recounting the fictional adventures of his protagonist, Dallas Green, he also writes in the fantasy genre. Like Dallas, he is a native of California’s San Joaquin Valley, though he disavows any other similarities. He has also lived in France and in Chile and many years in and around Seattle, Washington. For some time now, he has called Ireland’s province of Connacht home.
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