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Loss and Redemption | Loss and Redemption

alethea-j-salazar's picture
Aug.24.2011
     After Sarah Bradley loses her family in a tragic car accident she finds it impossible to go on day after day. Her loneliness and grief quickly consumes her, until in a final act of desperation she decides to take her own life.      But what she finds in...
michael-w-sherer's picture
Jun.09.2008
          How do you live without someone who's been part of your life for twenty years?        Jack Holm begins to find out when his wife doesn't return to their suburban Seattle home after shopping one day. Her absence is not unusual given her flight attendant's job, and it's a respite from...
t-coraghessan-boyle's picture
Dec.17.2007
As the book opens, in 2025, our hero, Tyrone O’Shaughnessy Tierwater, baby boomer, ex-radical environmentalist, ex-con, ex-father, widower and divorce, is seventy-five and battling to stay afloat in the rising Social-Security-less waters of a meteorologically challenged society. He is working as an...
dorothy-allison's picture
Dec.17.2007
Allison (Trash) writes poems that brim with emotion, sometimes focused and tender, but more often confused and enraged. The subject in this expanded edition of her collection of poems is Allison’s lesbianism. Although she mentions the freedoms denied her and her “sisters,” the poet ultimately seems...
clive-barker's picture
Dec.17.2007
Frank Cotton’s insatiable appetite for the dark pleasures of pain led him to the puzzle of Lemarchand’s box, and from there, to a death only a sick-minded soul could invent. But his brother’s love-crazed wife, Julia, has discovered a way to bring Frank back—though the price will be bloody and...
dorothy-allison's picture
Dec.17.2007
Dorothy Allison exploded onto the literary scene in 1992 with Bastard Out of Carolina, her stunning semiautobiographical story of violence and incest in a rural Southern family. In Cavedweller, Allison returns with a powerful story of indomitable women in hardscrabble situations, proving herself an...
dorothy-allison's picture
Dec.17.2007
Trash, Allison’s landmark collection, laid the groundwork for her critically acclaimed Bastard Out of Carolina, the National Book Award finalist that was hailed by The New York Times Book Review as “simply stunning ... a wonderful work of fiction by a major talent.” In addition to Allison’s classic...