Martin Sloane: A Novel

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Little, Brown, Feb 28, 2009 - Fiction - 288 pages
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The story of a relationship across two decades, of Jolene's search for Martin Sloane when one day he disappears from their home without warning or explanation, is told in a novel that brilliantly and movingly explores the vagaries of love and friendship, the burdens of personal history, and the enigmatic power of art.
 

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With the promise of a novel that "makes you lousy company for hours afterwards," I delved into Martin Sloane expecting a piece that I would turn around in my head for hours afterwards. I wasn't ... Read full review

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Acknowledgements
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Michael Redhill is the managing editor of the literary journal Brick. He has also worked as editor, ghostwriter, anthologist, scriptwriter, and in leaner times, waiter, house painter, and book seller. He lives in Toronto.

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