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The Second Half of the Double Feature

The Second Half of the Double Feature

Charles Willeford
3.7/5 (33 ratings)
In this new collection of short stories, vignettes and autobiographical sketches-many previously unpublished-Charles Willeford, author of Miami Blues and The Burnt Orange Heresy creates a mosaic of the absurdities of life in the 20th century. From a malicious grandmother to prophetic depictions of the power of reality television, with his wry humor and sudden shifts to violence, Willeford seduces, amuses and repeatedly surprises you. This expanded hardcover edition adds Willeford's complete published poetry, as well as nearly 50 previously unpublished poems. "No one writes a better crime novel than Charles Willeford" -Elmore Leonard
Language
English
Pages
332
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
Wit's End Publishing
Release
September 01, 2003
ISBN
1930997302
ISBN 13
9781930997301

The Second Half of the Double Feature

Charles Willeford
3.7/5 (33 ratings)
In this new collection of short stories, vignettes and autobiographical sketches-many previously unpublished-Charles Willeford, author of Miami Blues and The Burnt Orange Heresy creates a mosaic of the absurdities of life in the 20th century. From a malicious grandmother to prophetic depictions of the power of reality television, with his wry humor and sudden shifts to violence, Willeford seduces, amuses and repeatedly surprises you. This expanded hardcover edition adds Willeford's complete published poetry, as well as nearly 50 previously unpublished poems. "No one writes a better crime novel than Charles Willeford" -Elmore Leonard
Language
English
Pages
332
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
Wit's End Publishing
Release
September 01, 2003
ISBN
1930997302
ISBN 13
9781930997301

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