The tulip virus / Daniëlle Hermans ; translation by David MacKay.
- Description: 278 p. ; 22 cm.
- Edition: 1st U.S. ed.
- Publisher: New York : Minotaur, 2010.
- ISBN: 9780312577865
- ISBN: 0312577869
- 5 copies at NOBLE (All Libraries).
0 current holds with 5 total copies.
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|Summary:||In 1636 Alkmaar, Holland, Wouter Winckel's brutally slaughtered body is found in the barroom of his inn, an antireligious pamphlet stuffed in his mouth. Winckel was a respected tulip-trader and owned the most beautiful collection of tulips in the United Republic of the Low Countries. In 2007 London, history seems to be repeating itself. Dutchman Frank Schoeller is found in his home by his nephew, Alec. Severely wounded, he is holding a 17th-century book about tulips, seemingly a reference to the reason for his death moments later. With the help of his friend Damien Vanlint, an antique dealer from Amsterdam, Alec tries to solve the mystery, but soon comes to realize that he and his friend's own lives are now in danger.|
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