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1783786256
Book:The great mistake; Jonathan Lee:2022 Book The great mistake; Jonathan Lee
The great mistake; Jonathan Lee
Author: Lee, Jonathan
Year: 2022
Language: English
Type: Book
Class Number: F
Category: Fiction
Publisher: Granta Books, 2022
Physical or Electronic: Physical
ISBN: 9781783786251
Notes:
The 'Father of Greater New York' is dead. Shot outside his Park Avenue mansion in the year of our Lord, 1903. In the hour of his death, will the truth of his life finally break free? Born to a struggling farming family in 1820, Andrew Haswell Green was a self-made man who reshaped Manhattan, built Central Park and turned New York into a modern metropolis. Now, at eighty-three, when he thought the world could hold no more surprises, he is murdered. As the detective assigned to the case traces his ghost across the city, other spectres appear: a wealthy courtesan; a broken-hearted man in a bowler hat; and an ambitious politician, Samuel, whose lifelong friendship was a source of joy and frustration. In a life of industry and restraint, where is the space for love?
Extent: 1 volume, 20 cm, pbk
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Type: Book
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Physical or Electronic: Physical
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Author: Lee, Jonathan
Year: 2011
Language: English
Type: Book
Publisher: Windmill
Physical or Electronic: Physical
Note: Originally published: London: William Heinemann, 2010 Reclusive photographer Rob Fossick, having never recovered from the death of his wife, has come adrift both from society & his creative urge. But when his mother suddenly dies he is presented with an intriguing problem to solve - Rob discovers that his mother was hoping to deliver a package to an enigmatic character called Mr Satoshi.
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