Beatrice and Virgil (Paperback)

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June 2011 Indie Next List


“Henry is a writer whose first book was wildly successful. When harsh criticism greets his second work, he retreats from the literary world. A request for help by the author of a strangely compelling play draws him deeper and deeper into the bizarre reality of its writer. While this plot may seem simple, its many-faceted story draws readers into a complex drama of guilt and the attempt to justify a horrific past.”
— Linda Walonen, Bay Books, San Ramon, CA

May 2010 Indie Next List


“Henry is a writer whose first book was wildly successful. When harsh criticism greets his second work, he retreats from the literary world. A request for help by the author of a strangely compelling play draws him deeper and deeper into the bizarre reality of its writer. While this plot may seem simple, its many-faceted story draws readers into a complex drama of guilt and the attempt to justify a horrific past.”
— Linda Walonen, Bay Books, San Ramon, CA

Product Details
ISBN: 9781847677679
Publisher: Canongate Books
Publication Date: July 1st, 2011