Winter in the blood

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Harper & Row, 1974 - Fiction - 176 pages
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James Welch's taut prose and powerfully understated vision of the Blackfeet Indian reservation experience.

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You will wonder, "How did he come up with all that detail?" Only a writer who lived in such a setting could know this. Read Welch's other works as well; he is a remarkable story teller.

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The prose is nice. The plot is non-existent. All in all, this is an unsuccessful William Maxwell clone. It's a quick read, but it could hardly keep my attention. Read full review

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