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"The Great Lenore" is the tale of a ravishing young Brit whose falsely-reported death provides her with an opportunity to begin a new life. Before she can disappear for good, however, she longs to know the reaction of her two-timing husband and his aristocratic family. To find out, Lenore enlists Richard—an outsider in the money-and-booze sodden landscape of Nantucket high society—to be her eyes and ears. As events unfold, Richard discovers the entanglements of Lenore’s relationships are more intricate than he ever expected...more intricate even than the secrets within Lenore’s miniature punt boat. This elegant debut paints an idyllic island surrounded by reflective seas and encased in a world where souls collide, mysteries thicken, and dreams unravel. With lively, modern prose reminiscent of The Jazz Age, Tohline orchestrates a playful literary riff on affluence, love, grief, and duplicity. In the author's words, “[It] is about dreams, and about the things we sacrifice to chase them.”
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JM Tohline grew up in a small town just north of Boston and lives in a quiet house on the edge of the Great Plains with his cat, The Old Man And The Sea. He is 26 years old and he loves literature more than he loves breathing. The Great Lenore is his first novel. You can find him online at www.JMTohline.com AUTHOR HOME: Tulsa, OK
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Book Description Atticus Books, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0984510559
Book Description Atticus Books, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX0984510559
Book Description Atticus Books, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110984510559