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Review: Patricide: A NovellaUser Review - Ted Cornwell - Goodreads
Interesting tale of a famous writer (seems reminiscent of Saul Bellow), his daughter and his much younger fiance. Lots of room for jealousy and intrigue. Read full review
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Review: Patricide: A NovellaUser Review - Goodreads
I've always enjoyed Oates' storytelling techniques. She draws the reader in with dark and disturbing view of human nature.
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