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by Nina Fontaine Shulman
When teenagers Bella and Donna discover the beautiful garden behind Crenshaw Place in Manhattan is not what it seems, they unleash a phantasmagoric transatlantic mystery involving characters both nefarious and blameless, human and clone. With tongue-in-cheek wordplay and literary allusions aplenty, join Dr. Phelan Hatchett and his British friend, botanist Edward Persimmons, in this satire as they collude to rid the garden of evil, reawaken it to its former glory, and discover that, indeed, alls well that ends well....About the Author
Nina Fontaine Shulman, a native of New York City, is a freelance writer. She has a graduate degree in dance and did undergraduate work at the Sorbonne in Paris. She studied Spanish dance in Spain and lived in Japan, learning Japanese dance and teaching English. Ms. Shulman has taught college level dance, worked in theater and performed with Renaissance dance groups. She currently dances with the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society and studies ballet and historic dance forms. She enjoys Gilbert and Sullivan, mysteries and old classic movies.(2009, paperback, 86 pages)