DINNER IN THE LABYRINTH
By Douglas Atwill
Graham cannot decide between his two loves, both accomplished and successful members of a long-established Santa Fe family of artists and writers.
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Graham Obermann is an established biographer of the Post-Impressionists. He is married to Celia Prosper, a modernist painter well-regarded by critics and collectors. As Obermann organizes a birthday party for Celia, looking after all the details, he describes in a single day the odd Prosper family and his attraction to his novelist brother-in-law Karl. Several significant events test all the characters in this family saga with subplots of many generations, and a new generation making its mark.
Other books by Douglas Atwill, all from Sunstone Press, are Why I Won’t Be Going to Lunch Anymore, The Galisteo Escarpment, Imperial Yellow, Creep Around the Corner, The Oyster Shell Driveway, Husband Memory Pickles, and Douglas Atwill Paintings. Atwill lives in Santa Fe, painting New Mexico landscapes and gardens.
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