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Product Details

Price
$15.95
Publisher
ECW Press
Publish Date
Pages
300
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.4 X 1.0 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781770414105

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About the Author

Born in Budapest, Anna Porter is the award-winning author of seven books, both non-fiction (The Ghosts of Europe, Kasztner's Train, The Storyteller, and Buying a Better World) and mystery novels (Mortal Sins, Hidden Agenda, and Bookfair Murders). She co-founded Key Porter Books, an influential publishing house she ran for over 20 years. She is an Officer of the Order of Canada and has received the Order of Ontario. She lives in Toronto with her husband and the occasionally behaved dachshund, Gustav.

Reviews

"Anna Porter's latest novel combines a number of interesting subjects . . . it offers an opportunity to consider what is truly valuable in life." -- Quill & Quire

"Porter's offbeat thriller yields tension and humor from its revolving perspectives as well as its deep bench of colorful supporting characters . . . This peppy thriller from Porter (Kasztner's Train, 2008, etc.) bursts with banter and tantalizes the reader with half-revelations and game-changing twists." -- Kirkus Reviews

"[A]n intelligent and exhilarating thriller . . . Porter's stylish story vividly transports readers to Budapest and other European locales and keeps them hooked as her well-developed characters navigate corruption and deception" -- Publishers Weekly

"All of this is daring and mystifying fun, and includes along the way a tour through everything that's fascinating about Budapest's history, especially the appalling bits." - Toronto Star

"If you want to take a quick trip to Budapest, this book is your ride. Anna Porter knows the byways and cafΓ©s of her native town and spins a web of mystery around an art heist, Ukrainian criminals and money laundering. In short, we have everything we want in an Eastern European crime novel." - Globe and Mail