Martin Sloane: A Novel
The story of a relationship across two decades, of Jolene's search for Martin Sloane when one day he disappears from their home without warning or explanation, is told in a novel that brilliantly and movingly explores the vagaries of love and friendship, the burdens of personal history, and the enigmatic power of art.
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This is a story about love and abandonment. Jolene is a 19-year-old college student when she meets and falls in love with Martin Sloane, an artist 30 years her senior. When he suddenly vanishes from ... Read full review
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