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Paris Green - a tale of 1920's New York

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Heiress Caroline Reid had everything – money, looks, popularity, love. Once at the vibrant heart of New York’s social scene, she now lives as a recluse, measuring her meals in ounces, counting the hours until Andrew comes.

Medium Andrew Blakemoor came from nowhere, a soft-voiced, scarecrow country boy with a questionable past. Playing down claims that he exorcised the restl
Kindle Edition, 181 pages
Published July 2nd 2013 by Anna Roberts
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Feb 16, 2014 Joy rated it really liked it
"Paris Green" is an historical novella dealing with madness, con-manship, attempted murder, suicide, and the occult. What more can someone ask for in their entertainment?

All fun aside: like other works by this author, this book also deals with the romance trope of obsessive controlling relationships and the real-life fallout from them. In this story, the object of obsessive control does not ride off into the sunset for a happy ending -- instead (more realistically) she falls out of touch with he
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Anna Roberts was born and grew up on the Isle of Wight, a small island of disproportionate historical interest and alumni such as Keats, Tennyson and Algernon Charles Swinburne. This rarefied literary atmosphere made little impression but did leave her with a deep and lasting antipathy to the poems of Alfred, Lord Tennyson.

Semi-educated at Kings College London, Anna Roberts then returned to the Is
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