Miss Undine's living room: a novel
Tula Springs, Louisiana, finds its serenity shattered by a mysterious murder: did Uncle L.D., a bedridden octogenarian, murder his home attendant by hurling him out a window? "Wilcox may well stand among the classic American humorists".--Newsday.
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MISS UNDINE'S LIVING ROOMUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
The third in Wilcox's uproarious series of novels set in Tula Springs, Louisiana, this comedy of southern manners reminds us that Wilcox really gets his juices flowing when he's back on his native ... Read full review
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