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  • Good-enough mothers: A review of Wrecker

    Good-enough mothers: A review of Wrecker

    In her second novel, Summer Wood tells the story of a troubled child and the rural, counterculture community that takes him in.

  • Tough justice, hard fate

    Tough justice, hard fate

    In Brian Hart's first novel, Then Came the Evening, people are trapped in a tragic drama partly of their own making.

  • A Western state of mind

    A Western state of mind

    The short story anthology Best of the West 2009 is filled with memorable characters and muscular prose.

  • The stories we believe

    The stories we believe

    In Rick Collignon's new novel, Madewell Brown, the long-ago disappearance of a black man from a small New Mexican village is investigated by his granddaughter.

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