A Trail of Heart's Blood Wherever We Go

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Random House, 1990 - Fiction - 401 pages
5 Reviews
On Christmas Eve, Cody, a logger, arrives at the home of Eddie Ryan, the local mortician, with the body of his logging partner, an event that triggers a sardonic study of the inhabitants of Inverwae, New Hampshire

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Review: Trail of Hearts Blood Wherever We Go: A Novel

User Review  - Ken - Goodreads

As poor as Coal Black Horse was good. Read full review

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User Review  - Chip Carman - Goodreads

This was a great character study kind of book. He's an undertaker and someone is stealing his customers hearts. The problem is, it takes over 200 pages before they get to that. At 420 pages expect a long read. Read full review


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Robert Olmstead is the author of seven previous books. "Coal Black Horse" was the winner of the Heartland Prize for Fiction and the Ohioana Award, and was a #1 Book Sense pick and a Border's Discover pick. "Far Bright Star "was the winner of the Western Writers of America Spur Award. He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and an NEA grant, and is a professor at Ohio Wesleyan University.

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