Golden Earrings

Golden Earrings by Belinda Alexandra
ISBN
9781460754405
Published
Released
01 / 03 / 2017
Binding
Paperback
Pages
513
Dimensions
150 x 230mm

‘You who judge me: come! Let me tell you a story …’

Paloma Batton is the granddaughter of Spanish refugees who fled Barcelona after the Civil War. A disciplined student with the School of the Paris Opera Ballet, Paloma lets little get in the way of her career until she receives a mysterious pair of golden earrings...

Sensing she has been set a quest, Paloma begins exploring her Spanish heritage and becomes fascinated by ‘la Rusa’, a woman who rose from poverty to become one of the great flamenco dancers of modern times before she committed suicide in Paris in 1952.
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‘You who judge me: come! Let me tell you a story …’

Paloma Batton is the granddaughter of Spanish refugees who fled Barcelona after the Civil War. A disciplined student with the School of the Paris Opera Ballet, Paloma lets little get in the way of her career until she receives a mysterious pair of golden earrings...

Sensing she has been set a quest, Paloma begins exploring her Spanish heritage and becomes fascinated by ‘la Rusa’, a woman who rose from poverty to become one of the great flamenco dancers of modern times before she committed suicide in Paris in 1952.

As Paloma begins to unlock the secrets of the past, she discovers more than one person who had good reason for wanting la Rusa dead – including Paloma’s own grandmother.

Golden Earrings is a story that moves between two great cities: Barcelona in the lead-up to the Civil War and Paris in the 1970s. It is the story of two women and the extremes to which they are willing to go for love. It is a story of great passions – and great betrayals – where nothing is quite as it seems.
ISBN:
9781460754405
Publication Date:
01 / 03 / 2017
Pages:
513
Dimensions:
150 x 230mm

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