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Riassunto: FOUR COVERS tells the story of an attorney, Karen Albright, daughter of a U.S. Senator, who initiates intimacy through casual, thoughtful conversation, and timely kindness. Karen perceives and exploits the loneliness and need of those men she deems worthy. FOUR COVERS is about the trauma, joy, and pain of Karen?s first three marriages, to unique, successful men, each famous enough to be on a TIME cover. Karen is exactly what each of her husbands was looking for - the fulfillment of his dream. Why is she a blank page for them to write upon?
L'autore: Widowed in 1988, I wrote to dump the stress of grief, frustration, bitterness, and anger. Creating characters faced with ethical choices, sexual tension, and moral dilemmas, was cathartic. I wrote from my wounds. Unsuccessful in finding an agent, I abandoned the completed manuscript, stored on, useless, 5.25-inch floppy disks, in 1992. Twenty years later, my son, Lucas McWilliams, a published author, begged, nagged, cajoled, and pried, the floppy discs from me and succeeded in converting the obsolete medium, into useable form. Although hesitant to look at it, and horrified when I first read it, after twenty years, I was amazed at what I had done. I felt as if I had rediscovered an old friend. I am now a different person than I was twenty years ago. Re-marriage has brought joy and fulfillment, with no need to shed emotions on paper. However, five years ago, a son?s suicide took zest from my life. For five years, I nursed depression. Rediscovering FOUR COVERS invigorated me. I no longer live in the past. It is no longer a burden to remember. I have resurrected the creative part of my life and I have started the sequel to FOUR COVERS. Joan
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Descrizione libro Lucas McWilliams, 2014. Paperback. Condizione libro: Very Good. A nice copy. Clean text, solid binding. Codice libro della libreria mon0000110065
Descrizione libro Lucas McWilliams, 2014. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 1939037069