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Clara and Merrittby Peter Donahue
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CLARA AND MERRITT, by the author of MADISON HOUSE, winner of The Langum Prize for American Historical Fiction, unfolds amidst the violent strife between longshoremen and Teamsters in Seattle in the 1930s and '40s--and extends author Peter Donahue's remarkable investigation of Northwest history. CLARA AND MERRITT is rich with details that give life to a little-known chapter of our past.Donahue draws us into a panoramic, dramatic saga. — Molly Gloss, author of THE HEARTS OF HORSES.
"Clara and Merritt" unfolds amidst the violent strife between longshoremen and Teamsters in Seattle in the 1930s and 1940s, and extends author Donahue's remarkable investigation of Northwest history. He is the author of "Madison House," winner of the Langum Prize for American Historical Fiction.
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