Shroud - By John Banville

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Shroud

Written by: John Banville
Category: Fiction
Genre: Literary Fiction

Book Details:

ISBN 10: 0330483145
ISBN 13: 9780330483148
Format: paperback
Publisher: Picador
Date Published: 2003, London
Language: English
Condition: Good
Appearance: The book is in good condition with some signs of wear on the cover edges and corners. The spine shows minor creasing. The pages are intact and clean with slight yellowing. The book measures approximately 24 cm in height and 15.5 cm in width.

Synopsis:

Axel Vander, distinguished intellectual and elderly academic, is not the man he seems. When a letter arrives out of the blue, threatening to unveil his secrets and carefully concealed identity, Vander travels to Turin to meet its author. There, muddled by age and alcohol, and always to distinguish fact from fiction, Vander comes face to face with his would-be exposer, a young woman looking to him to unmask him. Cass Cleave. However, her sense of reality is as fragile as his own, and the meeting triggers a series of events, their relationship dark, disturbed and doomed to disaster from its very start.

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