Easeful Death

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Thorndike Press, 1992 - Fiction - 362 pages
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A poet and teacher, Howard Webster feigns death and moves to Italy where he reads a magazine article lauding his work and returns home to enjoy the "posthumous" fame. (General Fiction).

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Another of the author's interesting departures from his Father Dowling and Andrew Broom series (Finger Marks, etc.). Here, poet- academic Howard Webster has a minor literary reputation and three ... Read full review

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How does one react to the news that one has become famous in absentia? Howard Webster, an aging poet, faces that quandary after staging his own death on his isolated Wisconsin farm. Webster had become ... Read full review


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