Joyce Carol Oates - Fiction - 1990 - 405 pages
Iris Courtney, a young white woman living in upstate New York in the decade prior to the Civil rights movement, begins a clandestine relationship with Jinx Fairchild, a black ...
Joyce Carol Oates - Fiction - 1991 - 397 pages
A collection of short stories includes twenty-five tales representing the author's wide range and ability to depict different aspects of American experience
Joyce Carol Oates - Fiction - 1984 - 482 pages
As Xavier Kilgarvan grows from a young boy to a forty-year-old adult in turn-of-the-century Winterthurn, he solves three bizarre murder cases
Bonnie Jo Campbell - Fiction - 2009 - 170 pages
Presents short stories that feature rural and working-class characters trying to cope with life in post-industrial America.
Joyce Carol Oates - Fiction - 1999 - 321 pages
As a follow-up to the acclaimed anthology Haunted, this collection offers another twenty-seven frightening short stories, including such literary gothic pieces as "The Crossing ...
Joyce Carol Oates - Fiction - 1994 - 608 pages
A respected author offers a powerful and insightful portrait of an unforgettable and deeply troubled man, exploring the complex dynamics that fuel Corky Corcoran's driving ...
Joyce Carol Oates - Fiction - 1999 - 369 pages
John Reddy Heart, a handsome young heartthrob, becomes the obsession of a small town in New York State during a sensational trial after a man is murdered in his mother's house.