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A National Book Critics Circle Leonard Prize Finalist Longlisted for the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize Named a Best Book of the Year by Vogue, BuzzFeed, The Washington Post, Esquire, Harper's Bazaar, NPR, NYLON, Huffington Post, ...
Carolyn Murnick from books.google.com
Her homicide has never been solved. Fifty years cold, Paula’s case had been mostly forgotten when journalist Katherine Dykstra began looking for answers. A woman was dead. Why had no one been held responsible?
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Reminiscent of Maggie Nelson’s The Red Parts, After the Eclipse tells the very human story at the center of a needless crime.”—W Magazine
Carolyn Murnick from books.google.com
A brilliant anthology of modern true-crime writing that illustrates the appeal of this powerful and popular genre, edited and curated by Sarah Weinman, the award-winning author of The Real Lolita The appeal of true-crime stories has never ...
Carolyn Murnick from books.google.com
Told in tandem with the lyrics, this irresistible novel moves skillfully across episodes of a fascinating and sometimes tragic life - from Cass' lonely childhood, through her freewheeling rise to fame, to first love and loss.
Carolyn Murnick from books.google.com
Americans are among the most mobile people on the planet, moving house an average of nine times in adulthood. Mobile Home explores one family’s extreme and often international version of this common experience.
Carolyn Murnick from books.google.com
This is the Blinds.” Imagine a place populated by criminals—people plucked from their lives, with their memories altered, who’ve been granted new identities and a second chance.
Carolyn Murnick from books.google.com
Hungry in more ways than one, Kit, while on a seventy-five day cleanse, falls into a passionate affair with a carpenter, and to suppress the guilt of betraying her husband, adheres more and more strictly to the Radiant Regimen, pushing the ...
Carolyn Murnick from books.google.com
This is the central question in MERCY, a question that leads Trahan to re-examine her body's reaction to lifesaving medical treatment, the childhood experiences that first made her feel unsafe in her own skin, and the true crime genre's ...
Carolyn Murnick from books.google.com
"Unflinching, rich and revelatory."—MEGAN ABBOTT “Gorgeous, moody, and evocative . . . half coming-of-age story and half exhaustively researched true crime.” —VANITY FAIR “Bracingly honest and extremely discomfiting, this book is ...