Keeper Of The Mill

Keeper Of The Mill

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Traveling to Germany to attend the wedding of an old friend from her modeling days, Claire Breslinski Benedetto promises her eccentric neighbor that she will search for a mysterious treasure hidden near an old mill

Blackwell North Amer
Claire Breslinsky Benedetto's life as a Queens housewife and mother is very different from the one she had ten years earlier, when she was part of the international art and modeling scene in Germany. But some friendships remain, and Claire is looking forward to a visit from her fried Isolde. Then Isolde calls with amazing news. She is not coming; Claire must come to Europe instead, because Isolde is about to marry Claire's old lover.
Claire's eccentric old neighbor, Iris von Lillienfeld, begs her to go, talking mysteriously about a treasure that was hidden near a bucolic old mill when she fled the Nazis as a child. If Claire doesn't find treasure (or even if she does), she does meet murder, temptations, and an odd kind of happiness, and the story of her journey is by turns terrifying, tender, and sweetly sad.

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Traveling to Germany to attend the wedding of an old friend from her modeling days, Claire Breslinski Benedetto promises her eccentric neighbor that she will search for a mysterious treasure hidden near an old mill. By the author of Foxglove.

Publisher: 1995 New York St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 9780312135300
0312135300
Characteristics: 276p

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