Stonecliff by Robert Nathan audiobook

Stonecliff

By Robert Nathan
Read by Stephen R. Thorne

Blackstone Publishing
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The haunting novel ofa strange love… Michael Robb, a young journalist and aspiring author, hasjust landed a dream assignment: interviewing the renowned but reclusive authorEdward Granville. The famous writer and his devoted wife, Virginia, have formany years lived in isolation on the Pacific Coast at their hilltop retreat,Stonecliff. Not long after Michael’s arrival, strange things begin to happen.Granville’s wife disappears, and Michael meets Nina, an unforgettablybeautiful, unearthly young woman who by all appearances is Granville’smistress. Other peculiar characters suddenly appear and then vanish as ifhallucinations. All too soon Michael learns Nina is taking him on a strangejourney into another world. Robert Nathan weaves a mysterious and haunting story thatechoes an Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece concerning a famous novelist’s life andall the secrets that lie behind the gates of his beloved home—Stonecliff.

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Summary

Summary

The haunting novel ofa strange love…

Michael Robb, a young journalist and aspiring author, hasjust landed a dream assignment: interviewing the renowned but reclusive authorEdward Granville. The famous writer and his devoted wife, Virginia, have formany years lived in isolation on the Pacific Coast at their hilltop retreat,Stonecliff. Not long after Michael’s arrival, strange things begin to happen.Granville’s wife disappears, and Michael meets Nina, an unforgettablybeautiful, unearthly young woman who by all appearances is Granville’smistress. Other peculiar characters suddenly appear and then vanish as ifhallucinations. All too soon Michael learns Nina is taking him on a strangejourney into another world.

Robert Nathan weaves a mysterious and haunting story thatechoes an Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece concerning a famous novelist’s life andall the secrets that lie behind the gates of his beloved home—Stonecliff.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“This is a daring accomplishment yet characteristic of the courage and imagination which always mark Nathan’s work. If he is not the most neglected of our great writers, surely not enough readers have been initiated into the circle of his magic…This novel, as all enduring novels, may be read on every level from entertainment to prophecy. It will, I am certain, bring many new readers to this great storyteller, to find in his novels a world celebrating tenderness, love, mystery, and the sorcery of the creative mind.” Los Angeles Times

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Author Bio: Robert Nathan

Author Bio: Robert Nathan

Robert Nathan (1894–1985) was born in New York City and educated at private schools in the United States and Switzerland. While attending Harvard, where he was a classmate of E. E. Cummings, he was an editor of the Harvard Monthly, in which his first stories and poems appeared. After becoming a full-time writer, Nathan’s work strengthened his reputation with both the public and peers. F. Scott Fitzgerald once referred to Nathan as his favorite writer. Five of his novels have been made into films, including Portrait of Jennie and The Bishop’s Wife. Nathan ultimately authored more than fifty volumes of novels, poetry, and plays, and from this body of distinguished work he acquired a reputation as a master of satiric fantasy.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction
Runtime: 3.02
Audience: Adult
Language: English