A brief history of camouflage

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Black Sparrow Press, Dec 1, 1992 - Fiction - 244 pages
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"In the spell-like, poetic fiction of Thaisa Frank, the fantastic is never far from the ordinary: her characters glimpse other worlds in their rear-view mirrors, receive postcards from long-dead friends, and take lovers who literally glow in the dark, their mustaches filaments, their pubic hair incandescent. Call it 'domestic magical realism, 'call it the work of a West Coast I.B.Singer, it's fiction that 'packs an emotional punch that will leave the reader gasping.'"¿San Francisco Chronicle

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I've been treating myself to some very good books lately, A Brief History of Camouflage by Thaisa Frank has lounged in my TBR pile for too long since I discovered it some time ago, and I'm so glad to ... Read full review

Contents

Night Sounds
17
The Mole
27
The Last Lady Who Loved Howard Hughes
37
Copyright

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