Of Love and Shadows

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Bantam Books, 1987 - Fiction - 290 pages
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Isabel Allende transports us to a Latin American country in the grip of a military dictatorship, where Irene Beltran, an upperclass journalist, and Francisco Leal, a photographer son of a Marxist professor together discover a hideous crime. They also discover how far they dare go in search of the truth in a nation of terror . . . and how very much they risk.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

With none of the thick variety of The House of the Spirits (1985), only sharing that better book's political zeal, Allende returns with a damp-Kleenex papier-mâché construction that pits a ... Read full review


User Review  - joanndpdx5 - Overstock.com

Another amazing book from a wonderful and talented author! Read full review

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About the author (1987)

Born in Peru, Isabel Allende is Chilean. She was a journalist for many years and began to write fiction in 1981. The result was the worldwide bestseller The House of the Spirits, which was followed two years later by the equally successful Of Love and Shadows. Long a resident of Caracas, she now makes her home in San Rafael, California, where she is completing a new book.

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