The Lady in White: A Tale Set in Rochester, New York
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Robin’s Review of The Lady in White: A Tale Set in Rochester, New York
by Zachary Finn
The Lady in White: A Tale Set in Rochester, New York by Zachary Finn In the fall of 2015, PhD candidate Jason Green made his way to the decrepit Hotel Celeste hoping to conduct an interview of disgraced historian Richard Dawdson...
...an academic with once unlimited prospects who had disappeared from the tenure track with enough drama to have become an urban legend himself within the department. The conversation that followed would not be cited in any dissertation, but here, for your consideration, is the tale Dr. Dawdson told that evening. This is her story.
Robin's Review: Reading this book was an absolute delight! Not only is the story expertly crafted with a captivating plot, but its unique characters make it truly special. Unsurprisingly, I found myself so enraptured by all of these elements - if you're looking for a fun and engaging read, look no further than this delightful tale!
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