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This may be a minor work for this major American writer, but no craftsman toiling away in a workshop ever fashioned his wares so carefully. A commanding fable about trespass and reconstruction from a titan of Southern fiction.Read Full Review of The Maid's Version: A Novel | See more reviews from Kirkus
Daniel Woodrell has made a name as a master of prose with personality – a densely descriptive, gamey form of storytelling, one might say traditional storytelling – of late rather an unfashionable mode.Read Full Review of The Maid's Version: A Novel | See more reviews from Guardian
The author does not pass judgment, but the reader is left in no doubt that, regardless of the injustices that let a crime go unpunished, the lost live on, as long as there is someone to hear the story, and to tell it.Read Full Review of The Maid's Version: A Novel | See more reviews from NPR
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