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The Bohemian Girl (2010)

by Kenneth Cameron

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Having read and enjoyed The Frightened Man I was hoping to enjoy this book as well and so I did! I liked the twist at the end and I am looking forward to reading more from this author. ( )
  shirley8 | Jan 19, 2011 |
Too much to-ing and fro-ing and "I love you, but alas, it can never be -- what are you, leaving?!" ( )
  picardyrose | Nov 7, 2010 |
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To Bernard Weisberger For all the years and all the miles.
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The room in sunlight was not half bad, everything too heavy, of course, but so was every other middle-class room in London.
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When Denton, the famous American author and expatriate in turn-of-the-century London, receives a letter from a young woman saying she’s in danger and needs his help, he doubts there’s anything he can do. The letter is months old, and was only forwarded to him when the buyer of a painting found it stuck behind the frame. But why did she hide the note instead of sending it? The search for answers leads Denton into the heart of Bohemian London—the world of artists and their models, of brilliance and depravity, where the border between genius and madness is hard to discern but easy to cross. And before he has learned the shocking truth, Denton will discover what it’s like to be the object of a lethal obsession and endure a terrifying confrontation with his own demons.
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When General Denton, the famous American author and expatriate in turn-of-the-century London, receives a letter from Mary Thomason saying she's in danger and needs his help, his search for the woman leads him into the heart of Bohemian London--where he will learn the shocking truth about Mary and discover first-hand what it's like to be the object of a lethal obsession. Sequel to The Frightened Man.… (more)

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