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Hemingway Deadlights: A Mysteryby Michael Atkinson
Synopses & Reviews
It is 1956 and Hemingway has spent much of the year at his home in Key West, hiding from tourists and autograph hunters. But a friends sudden death rouses Papa from his idyll. To say that the cause of death is suspicious is to put it lightly. Its not every day that a part-time smuggler is impaled on a harpoon.
A witty, literate, and action-filled debut, Hemingway Deadlights catches the famed author in his later years, battling to solve the injustices in a flawed world.
About the Author
MICHAEL ATKINSON is a former film critic for The Village Voice. He has written for The Believer, Spin, Details, and many others, and has been included in Best American Poetry and Best American Movie Writing. He lives in Centerport, New York.
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