Baby Cat-Face by Barry Gifford
(Harvest American Writing)

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Joining a group of religious fundamentalists in order to escape the harsh realities of street life, Baby Cat-Face struggles with love and extraterrestrial encounters in the midst of several out-of-this-world characters. By the author of WIld at Heart. Tour.
 

About Barry Gifford

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Poet, novelist, and playwright Barry Gifford was born in Chicago, Illinois on October 18, 1946. He briefly attended both the University of Missouri and Cambridge University. He published a book of poems in 1973 and started writing novels in 1980. He collaborated with David Lynch on Lost Highway and the HBO series Hotel Room. He currently lives in the San Francisco Bay area.
 
Published September 1, 1995 by Harcourt. 171 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Drive Baby to suicide herself,'' says Jimbo toward book's end, summing up Baby's ascension to Heaven after giving birth to a criminal version of JesusAngel de la Cruz, who many years later is seduced and murdered by a woman named Jewel Wasp, who may be a real wasp, and who dies giving birth to a ...

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Wackiness abounds: back in New Orleans, Baby joins Mother Bizco's Temple of the Few Washed Pure by Her Blood, a religious sect headed by a former prostitute, who, when Baby gets pregnant, jumps to the conclusion that Baby's is an immaculate conception.

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""Wackiness abounds"" in yet another road novel from the Wild at Heart inventor of Sailor and Lula.

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