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Monday, 31 August 2015

Book Spotlight: Alenka: A Novel of Budapest by Katarina Bukowski

A Dutch Master in 1673 produces the crowning achievement of a lifetime, only to see the painting sold far abroad to no critical acclaim. The work is then lost. Rediscovered in 1944 Budapest and falling into German hands, the painting is then stolen and disappears until 1992. This series of events, set into motion long ago, will influence the lives of a Canadian businessman and his beautiful, young Hungarian mistress in 2015 Budapest as the young woman sets off on an erotic and romantic adventure of discovery. This short novel is presented as a work of prose fiction. The book entertains and engages the reader with the beauty and spiritual nature of eroticism.

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