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THE WRECKED, BLESSED BODY OF SHELTON LAFLEUR

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Brown's second novel returns to the hothouse milieu of his first (Decorations in a Ruined Cemetery, 1994): a New Orleans full of familial tragedy and racial strife. And like the first, this somber tale rests on a burdensome secret, except that here things seem even more manufactured and implausible. In a voice that shifts from first to third person, Shelton Gerard Lafleur, an accomplished folk ... Read full review

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