Drum King by Richelle KosarDrum King by Richelle Kosar

Drum King

byRichelle Kosar

Paperback | January 16, 1998

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Grace is an English professor in Toronto. She becomes involved with a younger man who claims to be from Buenos Aires. Eddy is a spinner of lovely tales, and even when Grace doubts his stories and begins to recognize that he is heavily involved in drug trafficking, she allows the deception to carry on. The Drum King is a sensually told, suspenseful novel that hooks the reader and pulls them into a world of complex characters and an engaging plot.". . . intriguing, imaginative and, above all, a good read."-The Globe and Mail
Richelle Kosar was born and raised in Weyburn, Saskatchewan. After writing several plays, including Earthbound, The Piano Store, and The Girls in the Office, she fulfilled a longstanding dream when her first novel, The Drum King was published in 1998. Her second novel, A Streak of Luck (Cormorant Books, Toronto) appeared in April 2003 ...
Title:Drum KingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:405 pages, 8 × 5.5 × 1 inPublished:January 16, 1998Publisher:Turnstone PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0888012209

ISBN - 13:9780888012203

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Drum King A woman in her early forties embarks upon a dangerous path of self discovery, ultimately destroying the only good thing in her life. Despite the somber undertones, I really enjoyed this tale of two people telling each other stories about their lives that neither believes. Kosar's characters are believable because they are flawed. Her writing style is similar to Clive Barker's without the supernatural twists. Truly an interesting read if only for the contrasts presented by the main characters.
Date published: 1999-09-16

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Forty-one-year-old Grace is an English professor in Toronto who becomes romantically involved with a young and very handsome man claiming to be from Buenos Aires. At first, the relationship is purely sexual, but slowly becomes a more intimate bond that draws out Grace's stiff upbringing by a domineering father. Her background comes back to haunt her when her sister shows her new lover the darkness of her family history. This engaging and mysterious tale is by the author of The Girl in the Office.