Richard Ford returns with four deftly linked Christmas stories
narrated by the iconic Frank Bascombe. Now sixty-eight, Frank
resides again in the New Jersey suburb of Haddam, and has thrived -
seemingly but not utterly - amidst the devastations of Hurricane
Sandy. The desolations of Sandy, which left countless lives
unmoored, are the perfect backdrop for Ford - and Bascombe. With a
flawless comedic sensibility and unblinking intelligence, these
stories range over the full complement of universal subjects:
ageing, race, loss, faith, marriage, the real estate debacle - the
tumult of the world we live in.
Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
|Country of origin:
||178 x 111 x 19mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Hardback (stationery)
||UK open market ed
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