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July 11, 2014 7:00 AM

Themes of history, love and identity drift through ‘The Hundred-Year House’

“The Hundred-Year House” is a puzzle-box of a story that moves backward in time as it peers in on three linked moments set at a turn-of-the-century estate north of Chicago that was once the home of an art colony. Sleuthing by the occupants of the carriage house takes an unexpected turn when they stumble upon a much bigger and stranger secret than lost manuscripts and old artists’ stories.

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