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About the author:
Vince Dickinson holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Northwest Nazarene University, focusing specifically on 20th Century Literature. He was enamored with Herman Hesse and Albert Camus in college, but now his favorite author is Kurt Vonnegut. Dickinson and his wife have six children between them. They live in the Willamette Valley in Oregon, nestled right between the Cascade Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. They have several very happy cats.
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Fugue in C Minor is the fourth novel Dickinson started. It is the third he has finished.
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Fugue in C Minor
Songwriter Max Edgars is married to alluring record executive Elleny Edgars, lives in a luxurious home in Oregon, and drives a Jaguar. But he doesn't remember any of it. Elleny says he hit his head, that his memory will return. But a strange thin man tells Max he's his best friend from Iowa, and that a witch used a spell to abduct him. Then Max meets an old man who tells him he has the fugue, a rare condition that makes people leave and never come back. Max starts to wonder why he can't write new songs. Why won't Elleny tell him about his life before the accident? And why does the thin man seem so familiar? Max takes a detour after a gig in Kansas City, and heads north to Iowa to unlock the mystery of his past.
- Publication Date:
- 1483946568 / 9781483946566
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Thrillers