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LT FIC ROS
Edition
Large print edition.
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395 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
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[Originally published in France by Éditions Robert Laffont]
Translation of: Fleurs de l'ombre.
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"Author Clarissa Katsef is struggling to write her next book. She's just snagged a new artist residency in an ultra-modern apartment, with a view of all of Paris--a dream for any novelist in search of tranquility. But since moving in, she has had the feeling of being watched. Is there a reason to be paranoid? Or is her distraction and discomfort the result of her husband's recent shocking betrayal? Stuck inside, in the midst of a sweltering heatwave, Clarissa enlists her beloved granddaughter in her investigation of the mysterious, high tech building even as she finds herself drawn back into the orbit of her first husband who shares the past grief that she has never let go"--Back cover.
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9781432885816 (large print ; hardcover)
1432885812 (large print ; hardcover)
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FIC LOU
Edition
First edition.
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305 pages ; 18 cm
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"Writer-in-residence Penelope Parish will need to use every trick in her quaint British bookshop to unravel a murderous plot that threatens to ruin a ducal wedding. The wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Upper Chumley-on Stoke has all the makings of a fairy tale, complete with a glowing bride and horse-drawn carriage. But it wouldn't be much of a story without a villain, and as American Gothic novelist Penelope Parish is coming to learn, happy-ever-afters are as fraught in this charming British town as they are in her books. When the Duke's former girlfriend is found murdered at the reception it's up to Penelope and her newfound family at the Open Book bookshop to catch the killer before they strike again"--FantasticFiction.com.
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0593099281 (pbk.)
9780593099285 (pbk.)
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FIC ROS
Edition
First U.S. edition.
Descript.
242 pages ; 22 cm
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Translation of: Fleurs de l'ombre.
Originally published in France by Éditions Robert Laffont.
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"New York Times bestselling author Tatiana de Rosnay's Flowers of Darkness explores how artificial intelligence tampers with love, sex, and the basis of artistic creation in a new future Paris. CASA is a brand new artist residency in an ultra-modern apartment, with a view of all of Paris. A dream for any novelist in search of tranquility. But is this residency a dream or a nightmare? Since moving in, Clarissa Katsef has had ominous discomfort, the feeling of being watched. Who is behind CASA? Is Clarissa right to be wary or does she too easily give in to paranoia, falling victim to an overly fertile imagination? Meanwhile, Clarissa is still haunted by the betrayal that led her to divorce. Staying true to her favorite themes--the imprint of the place, the weight of secrets--de Rosnay weaves an intrigue of thrilling suspense to explore the threats hanging over a precious asset: our privacy"-- Provided by publisher.
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9781250272553 (hardcover)
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