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Riassunto: At one level a romantic thriller, at another a deeply satisfying story about the disintegration of a marriage and the consequences for all concerned, Trophy House is that rare piece of fiction that is at once thrilling, grown-up and completely believable. It begins with the construction of a totally inappropriate and enormous house - a "trophy house" - which unexpectedly comes to threaten the tranquility of what appears to be one woman's perfect life and marriage.
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About the Author:
Anne Bernays is the author of ten novels and several works of nonfiction. Her articles and essays have appeared in numerous major publications, among them the Nation, New York Times, Town & Country, and Sports Illustrated. A longtime teacher of writing, she is currently on the faculty of Lesley University's MFA program in writing and is a writing instructor at Harvard's Nieman Foundation. Her novel Growing Up Rich won the Edward Lewis Wallent Award, and Professor Romeo was a New York Times Notable Book. She lives in Cambridge and Truro, Massachusetts, with her husband, Justin Kaplan.
Celeste Lawson is an Earphones Award winner and Audie Award nominee. She is the recording studio director for the Talking Books Program at the Library of Congress' National Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. She was a dancer and an actor before finding her niche in the intriguing, challenging, and extremely satisfying world of narration. In Silver Spring, Maryland, where she lives with her husband, daughter, and cat, she practices yoga and continues to dance. Celeste has also recorded for Blackstone Audio under the name C. M. Hebert.
Titolo: Trophy House
Casa editrice: Thorndike Press
Data di pubblicazione: 2006
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro Thorndike Press. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Fair. Codice libro della libreria G0786282363I5N00
Descrizione libro Thorndike Press, 2006. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 786282363