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The Man From Greek and Roman
The Man From Greek and Roman
Author: James Goldman
It all begins when a golden chalice and a gorgeous girl both fall into the hands of the scholarly museum curator known as "The Man from Greek and Roman." — On his back: a shrewish wife who thinks he's a lousy lover. — On his mind: the sensous charms of his impetuous accomplice, a sweet young thing who can hot-wire cars and men with amazing agility...  more »
ISBN: 165170
Publication Date: 10/1975
Pages: 281
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Publisher: Bantam Books
Book Type: Paperback
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This book reminded me very much of the way Dan Brown's "The Davinci Code" felt. It is a good read for anyone who likes that style of book and I highly recommend it.