In London, Claire's daughter Rachel is raped. Impregnated, she keeps her child. Claude, a New York art editor, arrives in London, where he meets Claire and Rachel. When Claire sees a reference to a mysterious Renaissance painting, she and Rachel travel to Italy and Russia--where Claude's destiny is forever linked to theirs. "The most hypnotic novelist of his generation".--Alfred Corn.
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ANNUNCIATIONUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Issues of faith and will are at the center of this meditative tale set in London, New York, and Moscow—a striking work in the author's signature style. Tall, dark Claire is a lapsed Catholic and ... Read full review
AnnunciationUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
The prolific Plante (The Accident, LJ 3/15/ 91) offers a cerebral, geographically evocative tour through London, New York, Lucca, and Moscow, following the merging paths of two unhappy seekers. Art ... Read full review