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Man from Montmartre

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Published by Signet Book (first published January 1st 1958)
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Ordered this on-line, because I've been interested in learning more about the artist. Didn't expect much, but this novel was surprisingly good. All the characters, both the main and the ancillary characters, really come to life. Recommended, if interested in the art scene of early 20th century France.
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Stephen Longstreet was a prolific novelist, screenwriter, cartoonist, and artist whose work ranged in subject from gourmet cookbooks to potboiler detective novels to portraits of American jazz greats. He published over 100 books in his lifetime, including the novel The Sisters Liked them Handsome, which was turned into a successful Broadway musical. Longstreet also wrote screenplays that would go ...more
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