San Francisco, 1948When a mysterious stranger approaches Clarice Kaye in her favorite restaurant, his words trigger a voyage of discovery: "You look just like your grandmother, but you have your mother's eyes."There was only one question in Clarice's mind: how could he know?Armed with family diaries that tell of the scandalous grandmother for whom she was named, Clarice embarks on a journey through Paris' modern art movement, 1906 San Francisco, and the depths of the Opéra Garnier in this long-awaited sequel to "In The Eye of The Beholder."
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Sharon E. Cathcart (Author)
Books by award-winning internationally published author Sharon E. Cathcart provide discerning readers of essays, fiction and non-fiction with a powerful, truthful literary experience. Her primary focus is on creating fiction featuring atypical cha...