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It is a shocking truth: a tale of murder unpunished and a good man destroyed by those who loved him most. The Argentinian Virgin is a sensuous novel of erotic fantasy, obsession, jealousy and betrayal set in the dreamlike atmosphere of a Riviera summer in wartime. I received this as an advanced copy. From the description, I really expected to like this book. I feel like the story oversold itself From the descriptive traits of the characters and promises of This book is a slow read until about half way through when the pace picks up Jim Williams first hit the news when his early novels had the uncanny knack of coming true.

The Hitler Diaries was published nine months before the celebrated forgery came out in Farewell to Russia dealt with a nuclear disaster in the Soviet Union months before the Chernobyl disaster. Lara's Child, his sequel to Doctor Zhivago, provoked an international literary scandal and led to his being a guest speaker at the Cheltenham Festival. Scherzo, a witty and elegant mystery set in eighteenth century Venice, was nominated for the Booker Prize.

All of his fiction has been published internationally. American Values is Jim's fourteenth novel.

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From the author: I was born in Oldham, England, the son of a coal miner and a cotton mill worker and grew up in circumstances that would today be considered poor.