|LC Classifications||PS3610.O6264 W66 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||393 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||393|
|LC Control Number||2011020927|
This was a book group book. The woman who selected it was drawn to "magical" books. While the condition where people hear music associated with colors is a real condition, it played a minor part in the story. The basic story was well written and dealt with a different aspect of life during World War II. Definitely a book for historical fiction readers/5(). Woman who heard color The story was painted with words of the times in history of the world and made it vivid in your mind like you were the one living it. The characters jumped to life off of the pages. their personalities were vivid. Had hard time putting book movingBrand: Penguin Publishing Group. About Kelly Jones Kelly Jones is the author of The Lost Madonna, The Seventh Unicorn, and The Woman who Heard Color. She grew up in Twin Falls, Idaho. She attended Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, graduating magna cum laude with a degree in English and an. Buy a cheap copy of The Woman Who Heard Color book by Kelly Jones. A new novel from the author of The Seventh Unicorn and The Lost Madonna Kelly Jones is a wonderful writer, and definitely one to watch. -Nicholas Sparks Lauren Free shipping over $
The Woman Who Heard Color chooses the little-told angle of the Nazis’ theft of what they labeled “degenerate”—and priceless—artwork. It also takes the rather unusual tactic of turning this horror into a romance novel. Of course, the Holocaust deserves more . The Woman Who Heard Color Kelly Jones, Penguin Group (USA) pp. ISBN Summary Lauren O'Farrell is an "art detective" who made it her mission to retrieve invaluable works stolen by the Nazis during the darkest days of World War II. The Woman Who Heard Color opens in New York City in We meet Lauren O'Farrell, an art detective who is trying to locate art pieces which were stolen from their rightful Jewish owners from the Nazis during World War II. Lauren is focused on finding certain pieces which may or may not have been stolen by Hanna Fleischmann, under Nazi rule. The Woman Who Heard Color by Kelly Jones () Paperback – January 1, out of 5 stars 8 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback, January 1, $ $ $ Paperback $ /5(8).
At the start of this intense and richly detailed novel from Jones (Lost Madonna), Lauren O’Farrell, an art detective, interviews year-old Isabella Fletcher about a missing Wassily Kandinsky. The Woman Who Heard Color. Written by Kelly Jones Review by Helene Williams. Lauren O’Farrell’s job in present-day New York as an “art detective” is to track down pieces lost during World War II; often those works were stolen from Jewish families or removed from collections after being branded by the Nazis as degenerate art. The Woman Who Heard Color (Paperback) By Kelly Jones. $ Add to Wish List. Usually Ships in Days. Her quest leads her to the Manhattan apartment of elderly Isabella Fletcher, a woman who lives in the shadow of a terrible history-years ago her mother . The Woman Who Heard Color [Paperback]  (Author) Kelly Jones Paperback – January 1, by aa (Author)/5(8).