New York: Norton, 2005. First Edition. A fine copy in quarter-backed black and blue boards with gilt lettering in a pristine dustwrapper with no discernible flaws. This is the author's second book, after the highly popular Man Walks into a Room. Krauss is married to Jonathan Safran Foer and matches him for literary power and imagination. In this intricate story, the book travels back and forth in time, narrated by several characters, sometimes in the form of letters, diaries, and even a novel-within-a-novel. The book is a sort of mystery, revealing name changes, betrayals, and secret identities as the plot unfolds.This is a pristine copy which the author has signed on the title page.