The Man Who Loved Mata Hari

The Man Who Loved Mata Hari

by Dan Sherman

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The Man Who Loved Mata Hari by Dan Sherman

When struggling painter Nicholas Gray first sees Margaretha Zelle, it is in a poor photograph. But something draws him to her. All men are drawn to Margaretha—her mysterious eyes, her effortless sensuality. In another life, she will become known as Mata Hari.

As a dancer, she becomes famous. As a seductress, she becomes legendary. Soon, Mata Hari is crisscrossing Europe, collecting generals, aristocrats, and businessmen as her lovers. But staying behind in Paris, only Gray truly loves her. He watches from afar as her shifting alliances and brushes with power entangle her in a world of espionage and danger. Can Gray save her before the trap springs shut? Author Dan Sherman brings his mastery of modern suspense to this thrilling story of the world’s most legendary femme fatale. Blending history with fiction,  The Man Who Loved Mata Hari  has earned its author comparison to John La Carré and Graham Greene. It will ensnare readers with its tale of the woman who held all of Europe spellbound.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781497644922
Publisher: Open Road Integrated Media LLC
Publication date: 08/19/2014
Pages: 350
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Dan Sherman has written a handful of popular thrillers, starting with such near‑contemporary successes as  The White Mandarin  (1982, set in China from 1949 through the 1960s) and  The Prince of Berlin  (1983, starting at the end of World War II and continuing on into the 1960s) and then moving backward through history to the era of World War I ( The Man Who Loved Mata Hari , 1985) and then to the period of the American Revolution ( The Traitor , 1987), about the discovery of a mole within the highest command levels of George Washington’s army of revolution. His other novels include  The MoleRiddleSwann,  and  King Jaguar.

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