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Red Dancer: The Life and Times of Mata Hari: A Novel
Richard Skinner (au)
Recreates the life of Mara Hari, the last century’s most romantic, enigmatic, tragic spy. In 1895, Margaretha Zelle, a young woman from The Hague, answers a personal ad placed by a Dutch army captain twice her age seeking a wife. After a speedy marriage, she departs with him for a posting in Indonesia. Marred by violence, infidelity, bitter feuding, and their son’s disturbing death, the marriage collapses. Returning to Europe, Margaretha travels to Paris, where, inspired by the exotic enchantment of Eastern dance, she reinvents herself as the erotic dancer Mata Hari. Mata Hari’s reputation as a dancer and courtesan starts to attract the attention of powerful admirers. Entrapped. She is drawn into a military intrigue that affects the course of World War I.
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