The Drowning People

The Drowning People

Book - 1999
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Grand Central Pub
It is a cold afternoon in winter. An old man sits in a room high above the sea, watching the sun set. It is twenty-four hours since the death of his wife at Seton Castle, the home they had shared for more than forty years. And as it grows dark, he tries to make sense of a life only recently understood; and to explain how he, by no means a violent man, has come to kill in cold blood...

Baker & Taylor
A past based on the betrayal of a friend leads to revenge and murder in the life of James Farrell, a musician whose overwhelming love for the beautiful aristocrat Ella Harewood leads him into an intense love affair that defies the proper standards of English society. A first novel. 200,000 first printing. Tour.

Baker
& Taylor

A past based on the betrayal of a friend leads to revenge and murder in the life of James Farrell, a musician whose overwhelming love for the beautiful aristocrat Ella Harewood leads him into an intense love affair that defies the proper standards of English society

Publisher: New York : Warner Books, 1999.
ISBN: 9780446525244
0446525243
Branch Call Number: MAS
Characteristics: 340 p. ; 24 cm.

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