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The Thirteenth Daughter of the Moon

by Steven Nightingale

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0312169116, Hardcover)

The unlikely band of amorous travelers from Steven Nightingale's acclaimed first novel The Lost Coast carry on with their journey to the Pacific. Along the way the stories they need seek them out. A delightful, sexy, and highly literate adventure that is sure to gather Nightingale a faithful and enchanted audience.

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Cookie sets off again with her compatriots - Chiara, a hot-blooded professor, and her nubile, bemused daughter, Izzy; Muscovado Taine, Izzy's lover, a Jamaican who smells of allspice; Ananda, a blond attorney with her own surprising love bond; and the painter and father-to-be, Renato. They head together for San Francisco Bay, hoping to travel from there to the Lost Coast itself. All along the way, the stories they need seek them out: the story of two hitchhikers who turn out to be an ancient poet and a medieval saint; the story of the coyote, who is marking out the progress of the soul; the story of Chiara and Ananda enticing chosen students into a future that loves them; and the old true story of the Music of the Spheres.… (more)

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