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A Winding Road by Jonathan Tulloch
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A Winding Road

by Jonathan Tulloch

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0224071149, Hardcover)

From the Black Forest to the wastes of Ukraine, Nazi Germany to modern day Amsterdam, from the fall of Berlin to the excesses of the modern art world, Van Gogh’s lost painting takes us on a journey through the best and worst of European history in Jonathan Tulloch’s latest, unputdownable novel.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:25:30 -0400)

From the troubled genius of Vincent Van Gogh to the wartime birch forests of the Ukraine, from the labyrinths of contemporary art to a mother's desperate journey across Germany, Tulloch's novel examines madness and creativity, love and destruction, the painting of a picture and the lust to own.… (more)

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