Telling Time: A Novel

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Baskerville Publishers, 1995 - Fiction - 264 pages
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As a college president, Thomas Westerly, 72, was a paragon of virtue, a crusader for everything from civil rights to ecology. Now, as he lies dying surrounded by his children, he asks them to go through his papers and destroy anything deemed embarrassing. The children are stunned by what they see, can this be their father? By the author of After Gregory.

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TELLING TIME

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A thoroughly imaginative tale of a family's rediscovery and re-creation of their dying father and themselves, by the author of After Gregory (1994), etc. Wright's story unfolds not only in the points ... Read full review

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Former college president and little-published paleontologist Thomas Westerly has a stroke, but not before trying to intervene in a hostage crisis near his retirement home on an island off the coast of ... Read full review

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