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Morocco

Morocco (Paperback)

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Set in the colourful, threatened world of occupied Warsaw just before the Holocaust, this third novel by a highly praised writer tells the story of Gloria, a young Freudian analyst whose sole client, a Jewish tycoon, fakes his own suicide and thereby drags Gloria into a web of intrigue, deception and betrayal.Gloria, the sexy, clever, appealing narrator of David Flusfeder's brilliant third novel, is thrown into a series of adventures after the faked suicide of her sole client, a Jewish tycoon in occupied Warsaw. She is dragged into a plot to assassinate Igo Sym, one of several real-life figures appearing in the novel: a Polish movie star who became `Volkdeutsch' during the Nazi occupation.Murder, comedy, paranoia, heartache and depth psychology... these are the threads running through this vividly readable new novel by the author of `MAN KILLS WOMAN' and `LIKE PLASTIC'. In original, sensual prose, Flusfeder has woven a novel both entertaining and thoughtful, preoccupied by war, by the idea of `psychic infection', by sexual and physical power, by danger and the exotic.

Fiction & PoetryCrime & ThrillersFiction & PoetryHistorical FictionFiction & PoetryModern & contemporary fiction post c 1945Rays Jazz & Classical MusicRays JazzJazz Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Publication Date: 01/02/2001 ISBN-13: 9781857029642  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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David Flusfeder, born in 1960, is also the author of MAN KILLS WOMAN and LIKE PLASTIC, which won the Encore Prize in 1996. He has written journalism and screen plays.

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