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Death of the Black-Haired Girl
Boston/NY, Houghton Mifflin, 2012. From the author's own library. A novel that uses the form of a police procedural -- the inquiry into a college student's accidental death -- to inquire about larger issues of faith, love and accountability, as well as madness and the ability to deceive oneself. Fine in a fine dust jacket, with blurbs by Joy Williams and Madison Smartt Bell. [#033837] SOLD

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