The Hunting Season

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Macmillan, 1987 - Fiction - 245 pages
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Manhattanites seek relief from the city on Mad River Mountain--inhabited by an incestuous community--in upstate New York, and coexist peacefully until the city women begin turning up dead

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Rather than the expected frisson of horror fiction, Coyne gives fans a novel with artificial crises and characters about whom he seems ambivalent, judging by their inconsistent behavior. The locale is ... Read full review

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Weiss's poetry is invariably sumptuous and elegant, a rich tapestry of verse forms and complex allusions drawn from the whole of European civilization. Here Weiss offers selections and revisions from ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1987)

John Coyne was twelve when he became a caddie at Midlothian Country Club, south of Chicago, Illinois. At sixteen he was promoted to caddie master, which even today he considers the most demanding work he has ever done. After graduating from Saint Louis University, he served with the Peace Corps in Ethiopia and did a stint as dean of students at a New York college before becoming a full-time writer. Since then he has written more than twenty books of fiction and nonfiction, and while he has edited three books on golf instruction, this is his first novel about golf, his lifelong passion. Today, in addition to writing, he is working at a college again and edits the Web site www.peacecorpswriters.org. He lives in Pelham Manor, New York, with his wife and son. 

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