The White Rooster & Other Stories

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Gibbs Smith Publisher, 1995 - Fiction - 159 pages
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Ten stories ranging from Stag Party, in which a man goes to the rescue of a stripper being assaulted by drunken partygoers, to Vigilance, on a policeman who stages burglaries to convince a neighborhood to organize a crime watch.

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User Review  - Tom McDade - Goodreads

Extremely well written but slow and gloomy - only keeper for me: "The Stag Party." Read full review



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Robert Bausch is the author of seven novels and one collection of short stories. They include "Almighty Me "(optioned for film and eventually adapted as "Bruce Almighty"), "A Hole in the Earth "(a "New York Times" Notable and "Washington Post" Favourite Book of the Year) and "Out of Season "(also a "Washington Post" Favourite). He was born in Georgia and is Professor of English at Northern Virginia Community College. In 2005, he won the Fellowship of Southern Writers' Hillsdale Award for Fiction for his body of work. In 2009, he was awarded the John Dos Passos Prize for Literature, also for sustained achievement. He has twice been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. He lives in Virginia.

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