Linda M. Nevins

Linda Nevins has taught English literature at the University of Michigan and worked in the film industry in New Mexico and Los Angeles.  She now lives in Boston, the setting of her first novel, Commonwealth Avenue, published by A Wyatt Book for St. Martin's Press in 1996.

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Renaissance Moon

Linda M. Nevins
St. Martin's Press

The strikingly glamorous Selene Catcher, an American scholar renowned for her books on Italian Renaissance art, is obsessed by a fierce devotion to the ancient...

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