Meet the most evil character in American Letters. This is a
western, but unlike any other western. The Lutheran, "threadbare"
he's sometimes called, stalks the plains, kidnaps a boy (because he
could) and raises him in his own image. A literary masterpiece, the
author manages a 500 page novel into 136 pages of exciting prose.
The Lutheran stalks the plains, and he'll stalk your mind, your
dreams, and your memories forever. If you like great writing, you
just have to read this book.
Dan River Press
|Country of origin:
Jack Britton Sullivan
||217 x 170 x 10mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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