Sixty years ago the king of the imaginary island nation of Marania died in a bloody revolution, but his sons were spirited away the elder, George, to London as pretender to the throne, and the younger, Michael, to the United States to settle in anonymity. In Marania, progressive forces have begun to assert control. Michael's background in art history leads him to inquire of the new government whether Maranians in exile might contribute financially to the restoration of decaying architectural monuments. The talk in the emigre community is of the restoration of the monarchy.
About the author
Philip Winsor worked for many years in the New York book publishing industry before assuming the duties of Senior Editor for the Humanities at the Pennsylvania State University Press. His first novel is Restoration, originally published in 2002.
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