For Mohammed Amiri, recently graduated as a Doctor of Physics, his return home from France in 1938 should be a time of limitless promise - wanting only an enduring love to make it complete. But when Mohammad and Shamsi are brought together, the future arrives, still-born, in a match of two hearts that can never unite. In 2009 no one answers the door of a flat in an apartment block in Fifth Avenue, off Ghandi Street, from this one event, Lily Monadjemi crafts a tale of love and darkness of the soul that alternates between crime thriller and the tragedy, the consequences of when The Scent of Love is lost.
Lily Monadjemi was born in Iran. She was educated in England and the United States. She holds a degree in Social Welfare and an M.A. in Educational Psychology. Her previous books have been successfully published in Australia and the U.K. and are entitled Blood & Carnations and A Matter of Survival.
The House on Waring Street
The Phone Rang
The Last Train Home
When Darkness Falls
The Painswick Chronicle
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