The Address by Fiona Davis
A tour of New York City usually includes a stop at The Dakota. the first upscale apartment building, built in the 19th Century. It gained notoriety when John
Lennon was shot upon arriving at his home at The Dakota, but is famous for its past and present as well. This fine story weaves in and out of the 1880's and the 1980's
from when the magnificent building was designed and built until Lennon's untimely death. The setting here is essential to the plot of a novel with unforgettable characters,
love and loss, deception and betrayal, the plight of those incarcerated in both mental hospitals and prisons and even murder. It is spell-binding with incredible twists
and turns, many of which are not untangled until the conclusion.