A Small Town
Thorndike Press, 1985 - 484 pàgines
A rich and humorous tale of small town life from the acclaimed author of Owning Jolene and Group Therapy. "At last small towns have the novel they so richly deserve: funny, paranoid, prickly, loving, and true".--People.
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Ever since the 1811 earthquake dumped old Venice, Missouri into the Mississippi, people have been waiting for it to happen again. Meanwhile, there are smaller, manmade tremors to deal with. How did ... Llegeix la ressenya completa
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