Ted Mooney’s The Same River Twice

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Ted Mooney talks about his novel, The Same River Twice. It tells the story of Odile, a French fashion designer who agrees to smuggle some May Day banners out of the former Soviet Union for an American art dealer. The operation, seemingly simple, ends up turning her world upside-down.


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Comments [1]

Mike C. from Tribeca

Is your guest familiar with Anthony Burgess' comic novel "Honey for the Bears," in which a British-American couple go to Leningrad on holiday and to sell dresses on the black market?

Jul. 29 2010 01:14 PM

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