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Title:De verborgen geschiedenis
Format Type:Ebook
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Publisher:Flamingo
ISBN:9041403329
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Number of Pages:685
Category:Fiction, Mystery, Contemporary

De verborgen geschiedenis by Donna Tartt, Barbara de Lange

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC De verborgen geschiedenis Richard Papen zoon van een eenvoudige benzinepomphouder in Californi schrijft zich in als student bij het prestigieuze Hampden College ver van huis aan de oostkust Al direct bij aankomst raakt hij gefascineerd door het selecte clubje van vijf rijke studenten rond de charismatische docent Julian Morrow Richard stelt alles in het werk om in die excentrieke en arrogante elite die de antieke Griekse beschaving bestudeert te worden opgenomen Dat lukt al heeft hij het gevoel dat hij niet van alles deelgenoot wordt gemaakt Pas in het tweede semester komt hij erachter dat vier van zijn nieuwe vrienden tijdens een zorgvuldig voorbereid Grieks bacchanaal een toevallige passant op gruwelijke wijze hebben afgeslacht In hun hoogmoed hebben de jonge studenten een plaatselijke boer aan een experimenteel onderzoek opgeofferd Deze geheime moord leidt tot een keten van leugen bedrog en zelfs tot een tweede moord waarbij Richard wel betrokken is

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