The lighthouse at the end of the world

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Dutton, Oct 1, 1995 - Fiction - 324 pages
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Marlowe, author of The Memoirs of Christopher Columbus, recreates the world of Edgar Allan Poe--his marriage to his 13-year-old cousin and his ostracism by the literary establishment of the day. But what seems at first a fictional biography soon expands into a tale of mystery featuring Poe's legendary detective, August Dupin, and a journey to a universe not quite our own.

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User Review  - Kaitlin - Goodreads

The first half, even two thirds, of this were wonderful and captivating. I loved how it was almost confusing in its execution, causing the reader to really question where the narrative is in time, and ... Read full review

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Couldn't put this one down... Excellent! Read full review


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