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Find Me Again (Rebecca Temple #2)

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Still coming to terms with the death of her husband, Dr. Rebecca Temple tries to continue her practice and carry on with life as usual. She meets a charming Polish count who has written a historical novel based on his own family. During a visit to his home, she discovers a murder and soon realizes that the count's manuscript may contain clues to the killer's identity.

Paperback, 450 pages
Published November 1st 2003 by Dundurn (first published January 1st 2003)
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Jan 25, 2009 Mike rated it liked it
interesting mystery that weaves in history and has some nice surprises
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Feb 03, 2010 Hirosasazaki Sasazaki rated it it was amazing
mystery,histrical romance.I can enjoy both in this novel.worthy to read!
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This book has two parallel story lines from two different centuries: WWII Poland in one of them, and in the other, 18th century Europe including a larger number of countries, especially Britain, Poland and Russia, about the life of young Catherine the Great. The two stories have a surprisingly similar ending, and become intertwined and unraveled in 21st century Canada. I find the inter-culturalism very appealing (Jewish/Christian, Polish/Canadian, Communist/Capitalist). The book is very entertai ...more
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Sylvia Maultash Warsh was born in Stuttgart, Germany, and immigrated to Canada when she was four years old. Her parents were both born in Krakow (Poland) and survived the Holocaust, though much of the family perished.

Warsh is also interested in archaeology and art, two themes that appear in the fifteen short stories she has written, six of which have been published. About half of the sixty poems
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