Prospero's DaughtersBook - 2005
An atmospheric tale about the search by one woman for her family's past When Anna Rasini sees a painting in the window of an art gallery, her curiosity is aroused, for her mother owns a similar work, bearing the initials N. K. Early enquiries suggest that both works are by a Greek artist, Nikos Kladis, a wartime friend of Anna's long-lost grandfather. The trail leads Anna to Corfu, but she does not expect the disconcerting presence of Pierre Bouchard, an arrogantly handsome Frenchman.
Publisher: Sutton ; New York, NY : Severn House, c2005
Branch Call Number: Fiction
Characteristics: 219 p. ; 23 cm