Trutor & the Balloonist

Debbie Lee Wesselmann


Trutor & the Balloonist

Trutor & the Balloonist

  • Title: Trutor & the Balloonist
  • Author: Debbie Lee Wesselmann
  • ISBN: 9781878448743
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Hardcover



Trutor and the Balloonist has it all mystery, Victorian riddles, contemporary issues, art mirroring a most unusual life, eccentric and lovable characters, suspected and surprise villains, domestic strife, and conflicted romance Michelle Trutor accepts the task of compiling the biography of deceased Caroline Wharton, sifting through shocking materials forbidden to the BalTrutor and the Balloonist has it all mystery, Victorian riddles, contemporary issues, art mirroring a most unusual life, eccentric and lovable characters, suspected and surprise villains, domestic strife, and conflicted romance Michelle Trutor accepts the task of compiling the biography of deceased Caroline Wharton, sifting through shocking materials forbidden to the Balloonist and his family in the will, and guarded by an overly zealous attorney Readers are invited into the sleuthing as Caroline s riddles are revealed as if she planned the visits with Michelle s all along.


Recent Comments "Trutor & the Balloonist"

Trutor and the Balloonist* -- because Michelle and the Quirky Old Dude just doesn't have the same ring to it.*There are no balloonists, ballooning, or balloons in this book. There is also nothing Victorian, so I have no clue why that word is in the synopsis.

Outstanding Debut NovelI stumbled upon this title and after savoring the final chapters, not wanting it to end, I feel incredibly lucky. This novel has everything I crave: Plot, mystery, well-drawn, eccentric characters, RIDDLES, history, art, lyrical and descriptive prose. I was transported to New England while following the unfolding story of Caroline Wharton as discovered by the somewhat reluctant biographer, Michelle Trutor.Through her main character, Debbie Lee Wesselmann paints Trutor's su [...]

I liked the riddles and The Balloonist but I felt lost at times. The characters were hard to feel anything for except for The Ballonist and the story seemed to lag. There was always a forward motion with it but I felt the ending was sort of thrown together quickly rather than wrapped up into a nice little package ending.

This is the most amazing under read novel I have ever had the pleasure to find. Part scavenger hunt, part riddle, part mystery, part meditation on art, and part family story- it had me hooked right from the start. Cannot recommend it more highly.


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