Claudia Moscovici is a Romanian-American fiction writer and art/literary critic. She is the author of the critically acclaimed novel Velvet Totalitarianism (2009), as well as Dangerous Liaisons (2011), a nonfiction book on psychopathic social predators. She has also written several scholarly books on Romantic art and literature, including Romanticism and Postromanticism (2007).
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Moscovici’s new psychological thriller, The Seducer, reminds us of classics like Anna Karenina and Madame Bovary, but with a contemporary twist. The new seducer is a psychopath, a dangerous predator without genuine emotion. . . . The narrative is bold, vivid, and lucid. (Edward K. Kaplan, professor in the Humanities at Brandeis University)
The Seducer probes the chilling depths of alienation and selfishness as the heroine, Ana, is caught in the spider’s web of her narcissistic lover, Michael. . . . A powerful novel about an unfortunate reality many women face. (Carmen Firan, author of Words and Flesh)
Like the best, most delicious novels, Claudia Moscovici’s psychological thriller, The Seducer, grips you in its opening pages and holds you in its addictive clutches straight through to its dramatic, remarkable conclusion. This is a fascinating novel, on every page of which Moscovici’s intimate understanding of the psychology of psychopaths and their victims gleams with a laser’s concentrated brilliance. (Steve Becker, MSW, LCSW, LoveFraud.com feature columnist, expert on psychopathy and narcissism)
In her exciting second novel, The Seducer, Claudia Moscovici depicts with talent and psychological accuracy the spellbinding power of these charming yet dangerous Don Juans. (D. R. Popa, author of Lady V and Other Stories)
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