Flame (1951)

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Archer Books No.36 1951
Archer Books Digest #36 1951

Adam Danieli, internationally renowned violinist, basked in the adoration of women all over the world. His spell-binding artistry and sophisticated charm made him irresistible to women, but to the great violinist a woman was merely a toy to be used for an hour, a day or a week. Only Paula had survived his parade of women; Paula who had traveled from Poland some years before to study with the master and had stayed to worship and serve him with all the fierce passion of her nature, staying even when he seemed to tire of her.

But the Great Danieli was fated to fall blindly, passionately in love with the one woman whom he could not claim as his own. A ghost of the past, a shameful episode of his youth, was to stand between him and the woman he wanted more than life itself.

This is a story packed with breath-taking emotion, filled with jealousy, hate, love and revenge and the impact with which they affect the lives of all whom they reach. Paul Renin’s masterful style has again produced a pulsating novel of the primitive passions of man vs. woman, which leaves you breathless at its staggering climax.

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