Girl In Hyacinth Blue
4 journalers for this copy...
It is a series of stories that trace ownership of a Vermeer that had been hidden at a professor's house.
On its way to Frybaby. I mailed the book today.
Like many books lately, I started this and then put it down for a couple of weeks. Picked it up the other day and finished it off that evening. I enjoyed the format of going backwards, telling the events leading to how the previous person came into possession of the painting.
recv'd for a relay from frybaby..thank you!
a very enjoyable book, telling the interesting story of the life of a painting. Where most stories start at the beginning of a story, this one starts at the ending, telling the history of the painting to the beginning. It was a interesting twist.
sending to herbwench...enjoy!
Thanks so much for sending this as a RABCK! I've been looking forward to reading it for a long time.
Journal Entry 10
Brooks Pharmacy, 217 Worcester St. in North Grafton, Massachusetts USA on Tuesday, December 20, 2005
Released 13 yrs ago (12/20/2005 UTC) at Brooks Pharmacy, 217 Worcester St. in North Grafton, Massachusetts USA
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left outside at the pay phone