Fascinating; something completely different. Readers who listen to their hearts will recognize the link between the old Ancien Regime and Gloria Bowmen. Great plot twists; absolutely delicious evil characters. The cute old Nazi-grandma living in a secluded wealthy Greek neighborhood in Toronto. She is at war with the world. She hates everything and everyone. An exciting tale of death, rebirth and the worst side of human nature. Gloria Bowmen is a sort of real-life vampire. A life of evil and a hater of all things good perfectly described in an outstanding adventure.
Gloria Bowmen is a child of Nazi Germany; a thoroughbred Teutonic anvil who has resisted all charity, society and civility. She is hidden safely and unsuspected in a cloistered community in Toronto Canada. Not even Dahmer, Pickford or Bernardo is a match for her iniquity. With all of her considerable power she becomes the master of her world and reaps a vengeance on one man which is both ingenious and perfectly monstrous. Good and evil is her most popular past-time and she revels in the destruction of all around her; only a single person stands in her way, the man who already killed her.
She is the cute old lady next door who would like to Stalinize the whole world. An unexpected and outstanding journey.
|Publisher:||Edward St Amant|
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About the Author
E A St Amant is the author of How to Increase the Volume of the Sea Without Water, Dancing in the Costa Rican Rain and Stealing Flowers.