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The Masterpiece: A Novel



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Author
Davis, Fiona
Descriptors
Art
Cancer
Divorce
Historical Fiction-American
Mystery-American
Railways
Sexism
Location/Setting:
New York (City)
Time Period:
1920s
1970s
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Summary
In the 1920ís Grand Central Station was the location of the Grand Central School of Art. Illustrator/artist Clara Darden taught at the school and was a fashion illustrator for Vogue and an interior designer for Studebaker. Fifty years later recent divorcee and cancer survivor Virginia Clay takes a job at the information booth in the now dilapidated Grand Central Station. Virginia stumbles upon a mysterious watercolor in the long closed art school and the mystery begins.
Critique
There's something for everyone is this novel. It's an interesting story of how two women's lives intersect 50 years apart.
ISBN
9781524742959
  iBistro
# of Pages
350
Published
2018
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Reviewer's Initials: ED


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