What the Left Hand is Saying (Fast Fiction)

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HarperCollins Publishers, Apr 11, 2011 - Fiction - 20 pages
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Originally published in ‘Confessions of a Falling Woman’, in What the Left Hand is saying, Debra Dean explores turning points in lives on the brink of change in a caustic tale of a group of house-mates who are brought together – and ultimately betrayed – by a visitor who enchants them with a Pied Piper-like charm.

Originally published in ‘Confessions of a Falling Woman’, in What the Left Hand is saying, Debra Dean explores turning points in lives on the brink of change in a caustic tale of a group of house-mates who are brought together – and ultimately betrayed – by a visitor who enchants them with a Pied Piper-like charm.

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About the author (2011)

Debra Dean worked as an actor in the New York theatre for nearly a decade before opting for the life of a writer. She lives with her husband in Seattle, where she teaches literature and writing. ‘The Madonnas of Leningrad’ is her first novel.

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