In the beach of Porto Ercole, Caravaggio agonizes. His only luggage is a small bag that he holds onto for dear life. More than three hundred years later, in the United States, Sarah Clapton has personally suffered the effects of the depression that has swept through the country since 1929, but she can now smile again. She has married a man she loves, and she travels to Italy in a luxury ocean liner on a professional errand that can clear up some aspects of the life of the great Caravaggio. A passionate job and a honeymoon that will soon become a desperate race to save her life.


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  • Number Of Pages:   528
  • Foreign Rights:
    SPAIN - Random, 2013
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  • Editorial:   Random

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