Puccini's Ghosts by Morag Joss
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Puccini's Ghosts Summary
A haunting, harrowing masterpiece of psychological suspense. With equal parts subtlety and menace, Joss takes us on a dizzying journey toward a collision between fantasy and reality and an astounding moment of revelation that shatters illusions, hopes, and lives forever.
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"Despite a cast of expertly drawn characters, each unhappy in his or her own way, the plot is slow to develop." - Publishers Weekly.
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Morag Joss Author Biography
Morag Joss grew up on the west coast of Scotland. Her first Sara Selkirk novel, Funeral Music, was nominated by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association for the Dilys Award for the year's favorite mystery. Her fourth novel, Half Broken Things, won the 2003 CWA Silver Dagger Award. She received the Edgar Allan Poe Award for The Night Following. She is the author of eight novels. Morag lives in rural Hampshire, in the south of England, in a converted stable.
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