The Contortionist's Handbook

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Harper Perennial, 2006 - False personation - 199 pages
24 Reviews
Following a near fatal overdose of painkillers, Daniel Fletcher is resuscitated in a Los Angeles trauma centre and detained for psychiatric evaluation. However, what the psychiatrist doesn't know is that 'Daniel Fletcher' is actually John Dolan Vincent, a young forger who continually reinvents himself to evade capture.

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User Review  - Marilyn Dahl - Goodreads

I wrote this first paragraph a few days ago and it became moot pretty fastůso it goes. The rest is my general reactions to this book by my favorite writer. I've finished Craig Clevenger's The ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kol Anderson - Goodreads

I love Clevenger's writing. The ending felt just a little bit incomplete but overall it's going into the favorites pile. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Craig Clevenger was born in Dallas, Texas and raised in Southern California, where he studied English at California State University, Long Beach. He has travelled extensively and lived in Dublin and London. He now lives in California where he is at work on his second novel, Dermaphoria.

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