Iced tea and ignorance

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D.I. Fine, Mar 1, 1989 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Boredom and hedonistic thrill-seeking motivate siblings Raine and Cyra Freeman whose life in the supposedly genteel South encompasses a circle of twisted cohorts lusting for excitement--including murder

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ICED TEA AND IGNORANCE

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A badly botched effort from Russell (Rush to Nowhere, 1988)—in which an aggressively eccentric little band of friends idles away their empty hours in Birmingham, Alabama, playing hide-and-seek with a ... Read full review

ICED TEA & IGNORANCE

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This is a novel of one-dimensional characters, told in alternating chapters by Raine and Cyra Freeman, a Southern brother-sister combo who are dull of voice and shallow of feeling. Cyra is as deep as ... Read full review

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Section 3
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