Year of Fire by David H. Lynn
Stories (Harvest Original)

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"The stories of this collection occupy the gray borderland where betrayal mixes with trust, violence with affection, humiliation with lust. The effect is quietly haunting."--Publishers Weekly

"Lynn writes with virtuosity about angry people, the complexities of love and betrayal, and the effect of the past on present lives."--Booklist
 

About David H. Lynn

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DAVID H. LYNN teaches literature at Kenyon College and is the editor of the Kenyon Review. He is the author of a novel, Wrestling with Gabriel. He lives in Gambier, Ohio.
 
Published January 1, 2006 by Dzanc Books. 276 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Nineteen stories, six new, consider a range of choices and consequences.

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While many of the stories have appeared previously in publications like the Michigan Quarterly Review, Ontario Review, Triquarterly, Story Quarterly, Salt, Glimmer Train, and Salmagundi, the collection also includes six never-before-published stories.

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