A Reckless Moon by Dianne Warren

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Dianne Warren has crafted seven exquisite stories, each of them a novella in scope. Each of the stories features a casual violation that brings home the fragility of middle-class life in this suburban world of small accidents with enormous repercussions.

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DIANNE WARREN is the author of short stories and plays. This is her first novel. It won the 2010 Governor General's Award for fiction, one of Canada's most prestigious literary prizes (published under the title Cool Water ). Warren lives in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Published June 24, 2002 by Raincoast Books. 224 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Throughout these stories runs an appreciation for minutiae, whether it involves the narrator of the title story peering at a horse in the moonlight, or Carmen, a restless teenager in "Bone Garden," crawling out from beneath a tree in a hotel and spitting dirt from her mouth.

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