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|Morgan Co PL - Martinsville Main Library||MP3 FIC BLA (Text)||78551000641539||MP3 Audio CD||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781977360717
- Physical Description: 1 audio disc (10 hours) : CD audio, digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [Old Saybrook, CT] : Tantor Media, 2018.
Compact disc, MP3 format.
|Participant or Performer Note:||
Read by Xe Sands.
"An artist lost to history, a family abandoned to its secrets, and the woman whose search for meaning unearths it all. American photographer Cady Drake shoots local merry-go-rounds, a hobby inspired by a carved wooden rabbit gifted to her following her troubled years in foster care. Now at a crisis point in her life, Cady can't refuse a freelance assignment documenting the antique carousels of Paris. While there, she hopes to track down the true origins of her rabbit, which she has always believed to be carved by French carousel maker Gustave Bayol. Cady's research leads her to Provence, where she discovers a dilapidated carousel carved by Bayol for the grand Château Clement in the early 1900s. After commissioning the carousel, the Clement family struggled to maintain their ancestral home through the two World Wars, buffeted by jealousies passed down through the generations. Despite the carousel's derelict state, Cady longs to restore it--if she can secure the permission of the run-down château's gruff,elderly owner, a man with secrets of his own. As Cady digs deeper into the past, unearthing century-old photographs of the Clement carousel and its creators, she might be the one person who can bring the past to light and reunite a family torn apart"-- Provided by publisher.
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