A hunt for a missing art lover engages Homer in a perplexing
Leonard Sheldrake knows little about Frieda except that he loves
her. A Harvard professor and admirer of the bizarre engravings of
M. C. Escher, Leonard is visiting a Cambridge exhibition of the
artist's work when he meets Frieda and falls instantly in love. As
they trade remarks about the artwork, he learns a few brief things
about her. Though young, she is a widow, an orphan, and has a
terrible secret in her past. It is only after she vanishes that he
realizes he didn't even learn her last name. Leonard enlists fellow
professor Homer Kelly, the amateur sleuth, to help find this
beguiling young widow. But as they comb Cambridge for the woman in
the green coat, Homer and his friend find themselves slipping into
a mysterious labyrinth, whose treacherous dimensions are as
impossible to grasp as anything dreamed up by the late, great M. C.
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