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Random House UK Ltd
Humor, Cartoons, Comics
You've devoured Fifty Shades . . . Now wrap yourself up in Wild Silk . Merran Faulkner inherits her eccentric uncle's fortune, but there's one condition: as a world-famous explorer, it was his dying wish that she should travel to South America to search for a lost Inca treasure. Certainly not something the sheltered heiress had in mind for her next vacation. But as Merran treks her way through the jungle, her uncle's artefact isn't her only new discovery. Meeting the mysterious Don Miguel, Merran's am*z**ian adventure becomes so much more than her uncle's will ever entailed. And as Merran gets to know Don, with his temptingly exotic ways, suddenly the wild side she's tried so desperately hard to hide wants to come out and play . . .
Chris Ware lives in Oak Park, Chicago, Illinois. His books include Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on Earth, which won the Guardian First Book Award in 2001, Building Stories and most recently Monograph, which is part memoir, part retrospective of his career to date. He has won countless awards for his work and has been the subject of several museum exhibitions and scholarly monographs. His work appears regularly in the New Yorker.