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The Remedy A Novel of London and Venice (Paperback)

Author:  Michelle Lovric
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0060859865
ISBN-13: 9780060859862
Sku: 202438433
Publish Date: 10/1/2006
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9H x 5.75L x 1T
Pages:  441
Age Range:  NA
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Love and murder fuse the lives of an 18th-century Venetian actress and the prince of London's medical underworld in the new novel by the author of the Booksense Top Ten pick "The Floating Book."
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The turbulent love affair of Venetian actress Mimosina Docezza and Valentine Greatrakes, leader of London's medical underworld, is set against the backdrop of eighteenth-century Venice and London and reveals the remarkable health remedies of the era. By the author of The Floating Book. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.

In this darkly beautiful and hauntingly vivid novel, Michelle Lovric, acclaimed author of The Floating Book, embarks on an unforgettable journey through the winding alleys and shadowy streets of eighteenth-century Venice and London. With vibrant prose, she weaves together the stories of three disparate yet intertwined characters who find themselves embroiled in a world of murder and secrets. There is Mimosina Dolcezza, the Venetian actress employed as an agente provocatrice by surreptitious European power brokers. By fortune and circumstance, she begins an affair with the elusive Valentine Greatrakes, a roguish fixture within London's medical underworld. Complicating matters for the pair is the presence of the eccentric and strange child-woman Pevenche, a figure whose fate and identity lie at the heart of the book's mystery.

Following this shadowy group from the dark environs of London's Bankside to the lively streets of Venice, The Remedy guides us through playhouses, brothels, and convents with luscious details that breathe intoxicating life into the era. Long-listed for the prestigious Orange Prize for Fiction, The Remedy is a seductive and suspenseful tale that stays with you long after you've turned the final page.

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Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0441
Product attributePublisher:   ReganBooks
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