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Elizabeth Kostova

 

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Suddenly physical description gets ominous, and the all-pervasive figure of Dracula colors even the landscape.

This novel has gained an unprecedented international "buzz," but Ann Arbor's Elizabeth Kostova celebrates the launch of The Historian on her home turf - at the downtown Borders on Tuesday, June 14, and at Nicola's Books on Thursday, June 23.    (end of article)

[Originally published in June, 2005.]

 

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