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This European-flavored novel Dressler's second, after The Medusa Tree tells, in a taut and occasionally elliptical first-person voice, the story of entomologist Tristan Martens, who has devoted his adult life to the study of beetles, the "janitors" who diligently clean up . [Peer-reviewed Journals] Lee, S.-I., Spence, J.R., Langor, D.W., Early colonization of white spruce deadwood by saproxylic beetles in aggregated and dispersed.
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Read 20 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Tristan Martens, a retired entomologist, is shaken by the disco /5. The Deadwood Beetle," by Mylène Dressler, is a haunting, demanding story about an old man clinging to strands of stale guilt its execution is perfect. Dressler is a writer of chilling compression and suspense.
Almost anything a reviewer might say about the plot would spoil this compelling : Mylene Dressler. Set in contemporary New York, with flashbacks to Nazi-occupied Holland, The Deadwood Beetle is the heartrending story of an old man taking his last chance and struggling toward an elusive redemption and the even more distant hope of love.
In pitch-perfect and elegant prose, Dressler weaves a moving story about WWII and its aftermath that is. Introduction Set in contemporary New York, with flashbacks to Nazi-occupied Holland, The Deadwood Beetle is the heartrending story of an old man taking his last chance and struggling toward an elusive redemption and the even more distant hope of love.
In pitch-perfect and elegant prose, Dressler weaves a moving story about WWII and its aftermath that is truly different from. But The Deadwood Beetle also grew out of very specific research, undertaken while I wrote and thought about the book, into such widely-spaced matters as the diversity and complexity of the insect world, cycles of stories associated with the legend of Tristan and Isolde, and the record of captures, trials, and punishments meted out to Nazi Author: Mylene Dressler.
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The Deadwood Beetle. Published on Decem by patwa. Here is a love story between a retired science professor and an antiques dealer. It’s also a story of hiding and shedding the past, human behavior as it mimes beetle traits, and the seductive trap of obsession. Yet the author’s careful imagery is sustained throughout the book.
Tristan Martens, a retired entomologist, is shaken by the discovery of his mother's sewing table in a New York antique shop. He hasn't seen it since he was a boy in Holland, but he vividly remembers the last time he did.
Only Tristan knows the painful truth behind the scrawled - and misunderstood - inscription on the bottom of the table, and he embarks on a scheme to Author: Mylene Dressler. Tristan Martens, a retired entomologist, is shaken by the discovery of his mother's sewing table in a New York antique shop.
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