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Late to the Party: Sacré Bleu, by Christopher Moore

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  It is turn of the century Paris, and the bohemian demimonde is all abuzz after news of the great artist Vincent van Gogh’s death in Arles reaches them. The apparent suicide is complicated somewhat by the fact that the painter shot himself, then walked about a mile to a doctor’s before finally expiring. Why would someone kill themselves in such a roundabout way? Adding to this is the fact that in his final days, […]