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A devastating tragedy serves to reunite two friends from childhood in this emotionally compelling and sexually charged first novel from an exciting new voice in fiction.
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It is Paris, March, 1832. The marquise de Barbier-Chouant has just died of cholera. Her talented pianist daughter Anne is grief stricken, and virtually imprisoned by her elderly father in their crumbling mansion in St. Germain. A chance encounter plunges her into the excitement and danger of love,...