I'll Be Home Late Tonight by Susan Thames

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Reminiscent of the works of Kaye Gibbons and Mona Simpson, Susan Thames' I'll Be Home Late Tonight offers an incandescent examination of the bond between a mother and a daughter. During a car trip through the South of a generation ago, two women learn about each other's strengths, failings, and secrets.

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Published December 21, 2011 by Villard. 224 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Instead, through Lily's conflicted narrative voice, a voice thick with bitterness and desire, she reveals Lily's burgeoning sexuality as a force both destructive and empowering, as ambiguous a presence as the cruel, compelling June herself.

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