Good Old Fiction

pieceA Piece of the World by Christina Baler Kline (Orphan Train), imagines the life of the crippled women immortalized in an Andrew Wyeth painting.  The Leopard Tree by Jennifer McVeigh is a story of self-discovery set in Kenya at the time of the Mau-Mau  uprising.  A Book of American Martyrs by  Joyce Carol Oates tells how the fates of two families become intertwined when an anti-abortion activist murders a doctor. The Dark Flood Rises  by Margaret Drabble is a “meditation on modern old age spiked with astringent humor.”  History of Wolves by Emily  Fridlund is a “captivating debut from a prodigious new talent.” The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead a surreal historical novel in which escaping laves travel an actual train, switching stations and avoiding pursuit in their bid for freedom.

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