Dying By Design by Charles Belfoure

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An original satirical crime novel, Dying By Design, takes a highly imaginative look at the frustration of creative compromise. Allan Aisquith, is an architect who’s tired of designing in the colonial style, the only style his clients seem to want. Through a strange set of circumstances, he gets the opportunity to design one of the most prestigious art museums in America. He’s determined to design it in a modernist style and vows to kill anyone who tries to change his design.

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An architect by profession, Charles Belfoure has published several architectural histories, one of which won a Graham Foundation Grant for architectural research. He graduated from the Pratt Institute and Columbia University, and he taught at Pratt as well as at Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. His area of specialty is historic preservation. He has been a freelance writer for the Baltimore Sun and The New York Times. He lives in Maryland. For more information, visit www.theparisarchitect.com.
Published October 1, 2002 by Broken Pentimenting. 227 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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Allan Aisquith entered the architectural fray with all the right qualifications: a graduate degree from Columbia University, impressive internships and a post-graduate job with Ranah Marhedi, the hottest design superstar around.

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