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The Haunting of L by Howard Norman Picador £15.99, pp326 Howard Norman writes about strange people in strange landscapes, and when strange things are not happening, there is always a sense of looming disquiet.Feb 09 2003 | Read Full Review of The Haunting of L.
However, another source of conflict is the fact that these three people aren't your best law-abiding citizens either: being fans of spirit photography (this is the genre of photography that tries to capture the images of ghosts and other beings that are otherwise not present during the time w...Aug 29 2011 | Read Full Review of The Haunting of L.
Review: Twice-nominated for the National Book Award, Norman demonstrates his masterful narrative skills once again in a quirky yarn full of sex, spiritualists, cops, red herrings and smoking guns.Mar 30 2002 | Read Full Review of The Haunting of L.
By story's end, one of the many guilty parties confesses to his misdeeds in a rabid scribble, ''writing, writing as if to beat the Devil.'' A- Originally posted Apr 19, 2002 Published in issue #649 Apr 19, 2002 Order article reprintsApr 19 2002 | Read Full Review of The Haunting of L.
In The Museum Guard, which appeared three years later, Norman broadened his scope, examining what it means to engage with a work of art against the backdrop of the approach of World War II.Mar 25 2002 | Read Full Review of The Haunting of L.
Howard Norman, The Haunting of L., Farrar, Straus and Giroux The action of Norman's elegant, brilliantly spare new book unfolds in the 1920s in both Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Churchill, a wrenchingly cold harbor town of 1500 surrounded by tundra and ice in northern Manitoba.| Read Full Review of The Haunting of L.
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