Eveless Eden by Marianne Wiggins

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The passionate affair between Noah, a foreign correspondent, and Lilith, a talented photographer, brings them from the site of an African ecological disaster to an AIDS-tainted Romanian orphanage. $25,000 ad/promo. Tour.

About Marianne Wiggins

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Marianne Wiggins is the author of seven books of fiction including Almost Heaven, John Dollar, and Separate Checks. She has won an NEA grant, the Whiting Writers' Award, and the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize.
Published January 1, 1995 by Flamingo. 352 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Hard-boiled as Noah may be after having been everywhere and having seen everything (though he's also sensitive, being said to cry too easily), he's still on the lookout for loveand his life is changed forever in 1986, when, covering a natural disaster in Cameroon, he meets the world-famous photoj...

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But he does have to deal with the sins of a man named Adam, in this case a Minister of Trade in Ceausescu's Romania, and with the woman they both love, a photographer named Lilith (who succinctly sums up the symbolism of her name by explaining: ``chick God made for Adam before Eve'').

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EVELESS EDEN Marianne Wiggins (HarperCollins, $23) Set in the world of international journalism from 1986 to 1991 -- with stops in Paris, London, Berlin, and Cameroon -- this love story examines nothing less than the borders between good and evil, love and hate, women and men, all delivered in Wi...

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