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Three Colors of Love consists of three memorable novels, each telling an unusual love story between a German man and a woman from another country. The time periods coincide with significant milestones in post-war Germany: the 68-student movement, the New Age and the Collapse of the Berlin Wall. In By the Lake, Thomas feels suicidal. He may soon lose his job as a radio reporter in Berlin, just as the Berlin Wall is about to collapse. He is shy but humorous. Caroll, the daughter of a German rocket scientist who fled to America, tries to come to terms with her father's legacy and her own sexual identity. Michael, a computer programmer, is haunted by the madness of his mother, a Nazi sympathizer who abused him. He struggles with his emotional barrier toward women. Can a relationship with an understanding woman bring him Delayed Tenderness? The German Lover is Peter, a psychologist who does not believe in Freud, but in Far Eastern philosophies. He represents a New Age intellectual who is sensitive and charming. He longs to forget the suicide of his ex-girlfriend, while in search of his own identity. Selma is an artist of Turkish origin, who has her own painful memories to overcome. About the Author: Ana Ingham, the award winning author of fourteen internationally published novels, lives in London and in Paris. "She writes with her eyes and with her fingertips. She is a poet of the prose" - Ingeborg Drewitz Publisher's website: http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/ThreeColorsOfLove.html
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