THE GIRL WHO REMEMBERED SNOW
by Charles Mathes
There's a real story from the Caribbean behind the writing of this book. I've also included some extra magic for your amazement and edification, since the heroine is a professional magician. And, of course, you shouldn't leave without visiting Charles Mathes's New York.
Charles Mathes as The
Centurion in George Bernard Shaw's ANDROCLES AND THE LION
(the beard was my own)
"At first, sometime magician Emma Passant sees no connection between the recent murder of her grandfather/guardian and her chance encounter with a handsome French stranger. But when the French is killed by the same gun that put a bullet in her grandfather, Emma thinks it more than coincidence. Her subsequent quest for the truth takes her to San Marcos, New York and Paris. Literate prose, exotic locations, and a complicated plot give rise to a powerful and entertaining work. Do not miss this one.
— Library Journal (Named by Library Journal as one of their top five mysteries of the year)
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