The Can-Can Girl and the Mysterious Woman in Pink
by Pamela B. Eglinski
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The world of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, the Belle Epoque, and the bohemian life of artists and writers in 1900 Paris are vividly brought to life by author Pamela Boles Eglinski, in this time travel historical novella. It isthe first in a three-book series.
Thrust into a world one-hundred and sixteen years in the past, Adrienne Phillips is forced to decipher the final enigmatic words of her dying grandmother. A Moulin Rouge can-can dancer befriends Adrienne, and together they work to solve the riddle.
Dynamic characters and a richly layered plot draw you in from start to finish. The answer to the future lies in the well-known painting by Toulouse-Lautrec, At the Moulin Rouge: The Dance.
Altered history, intertwined with Ray Bradbury’s “butterfly effect,” engage the reader in a journey through time–a trip you might enjoy taking if there were a guaranteed return ticket. Adrienne has no such guarantee, and neither do you.