Loose Threads by Glenda Burgess

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Loose Threads is a novel of sensitive insight and spellbinding adventure, taking the reader with Ellen d'Ullay, a Foreign Service Officer on her sometimes catastrophic adventure from successful young career woman to sculptor on the debut of her first gallery opening. Ellen is 'composing a life' to a muse of her own, but the odds are stacked against her. Meet Jack, the SF businessman who follows her halfway around the world; and Kit Miranda, the famous Taos sculptor who confronts Ellen with uncompromising passion; and join Jess Cappello for a tequila, the easygoing wanderer who prefers life behind the lens of his camera, redefining what he sees. From Paris to Bangkok, Santa Fe to San Francisco...Ellen in on the run.

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Published August 1, 1998 by Malvern Publishing Co Ltd. 249 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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