Work Of Art
By John Black
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Published: Oct. 24, 2011
Words: 114,516 (approximate)
After his fiancée, and fellow artist Catherine kills herself in a suicide pact Jason starts on a journey across London and through the memories of their past relationship to find out why she did it. It is a journey that will unearth the many hidden lives that Catherine has led. A journey that will end with a shocking conclusion when Jason discovers Catherine’s ultimate artwork.
On the night he was awarded the Turner prize for his art, Jason learned that his fiancée, and fellow artist Catherine, had killed herself. Worse, it was a suicide pact. She had leapt off a cliff, hand in hand with her secret lover – with a video camera set up to record the event as their final artwork.
Devastated by this, at first Jason contemplates killing himself too. However he finds himself compelled to discover just what Catherine meant by the cryptic comments she made to the camera just before she jumped.
Jason starts on a journey that will take him both across London and back through the memories of his past relationship with Catherine in the hedonist art world of the nineteen-nineties as he unearths the many hidden lives that she has led.
A journey that will end with a shocking conclusion when Jason discovers Catherine’s ultimate artwork.
A dark mystery. A gripping thriller. An erotic romance. A work of art.
, nineteen nineties
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