Published by Bloomsbury, 1993
Rosandra White is the proverbial perfect blonde. Exquisitely proportioned, desirable, her pale beauty exerts a powerful and dangerous allure. When she meets her childhood admirer Jem after years of risky liaisons, he finds that she has become a figure of unnerving intrigue.
[R]emarkable restraint and subtlety.
[A] very clever book indeed. … It adopts the aesthetic appropriate to a culture in a politically hopeless age.
—Jenny Turner, The Guardian