1 copy of the book will be given away on Friday, March 10, 2017, along with some awesome FBF Swag!
We’re giving away some cool FBF swag along with our Library book this week. 1 lucky winner will receive the book plus: 1 FBF Bookplate, 1 FBF Bookmark, and 1 FBF Pen, created especially for our readers!
About the Book:
Two years have passed since the tragic death of Alena, curator at the Nauk, a cutting-edge art museum on Cape Cod. At the Venice Biennale, Bernard Augustin, the Nauk’s wealthy, enigmatic founder—to whom Alena had been closest confidante and muse—offers the position to an aspiring young curator from the Midwest. It’s the job of her dreams, and she dives at the chance.
Just as quickly, she finds herself well out of her depth. The Nauk echoes with phantoms of the past—a past obsessively preserved by the museum’s staff—and the newcomer’s every move mires her more deeply in artistic, erotic, and emotional entanglements. When recently discovered evidence calls into question the circumstances of Alena’s death, shattering secrets surface, putting to the test the loyalty, integrity, and courage of our heroine—who remains nameless, like the heroine of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca, the inspiration for this provocative and spellbinding tale.
Read more about Rachel Pastan on her website here!
About the Author:
Rachel Pastan grew up in suburban Maryland, the daughter of a molecular biologist and a poet, and attended Harvard College and the University of Iowa Writer’s Workshop. Her two previous novels are Lady of the Snakes and This Side of Married, and she has published short stories in numerous magazines and won various prizes for her short fiction. Pastan, who developed the blog Miranda as Editor-at-Large at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia, is a member of the core faculty of the Bennington Writing Seminars MFA program. She lives in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania with her astronomer husband.
Author: Rachel Pastan
Publisher: Riverhead Books
1 copy of the book (along with FBF swag) will be given away on Friday, March 10, 2017!
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