An Affair With the Moon

An Affair With the Moon

Book - 1993
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In his first two novels David Gilmour took a candid look at romantic and carnal love.nbsp;nbsp;With this newest work he makes a surprising departure and turns his attention to a different kind of love.

"He was a bad dog that needed killing."nbsp;nbsp;That's how the grisly death of Pascal Charleville was described to police after a weekend visit at the country estate of Harrow Winncup took a nasty turn.nbsp;nbsp;Few people were surprised: Harrow had been courting tragedy for years.nbsp;nbsp;He was a bright, beautiful boy with a penchant for strong booze and drugs; he also had the unfortunate fate of being the only son to a very wicked mother.

Also at the house that weekend was Christian Blackwood.nbsp;nbsp;He and Harrow grew up together, went to Paris together, drank together, went out with girls together, and decided what to do with Pascal Charleville's body together.nbsp;nbsp; An Affair with the Moon is ultimately the story of their relationship--and its astonishing aftermath.nbsp;nbsp;It is a story of how one friend turned the others tragedy into his advantage; it is a story of friendship, but it is also a story of revenge.
Publisher: Toronto : Random House of Canada, c1993.
ISBN: 9780394223605
Characteristics: 201 p. ;,23 cm.


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