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Hannah Rothschild: The Improbability Of Love

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Featured pic- The author Hannah Rothschild

THE IMPROBABILITY OF LOVE is a big, bold, rich canvas of a novel, a cross genre goliath about art and the art world, about food and culinary art, and about love and the improbability of love.

It’s also a thriller, a mystery, an historical romance and a satire, transcending mass market and literary fiction whilst straddling both.

The novel takes its title from a painting attributed to Watteau, the most significant piece of art to be auctioned this century, the value of which is set by desire: who wants to own it and how badly. Continue reading Hannah Rothschild: The Improbability Of Love