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In the Deep Midwinter

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Publisher Comments:

November, 1949: In the aftermath of his brother James's death, Richard MacEwan's life is suddenly rocked by secrets involving his wife Sarah and daughter Anna. Among his bachelor brother's papers, Richard discovers a letter from Sarah that hints at an infidelity. Then there is Anna's affair with a married man, Charles Norden, which threatens to change her life forever. The story of Richard, Sarah, Anna, and Charles--along with the troubling legacy of James--is one of faith and doubt, profound moral and spiritual conflict, and the intricate bonds that hold families together.

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"This novel deserves a wide readership and will especially appeal to sophisticated readers on whom Clark's rich imagery will not be lost." Library Journal

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"In the Deep Midwinter comes along at a time when people have stopped talking about The Great American Novel. That's too bad, because this just might be it." Kate Tuttle, The Boston Book Review

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"It has been a long time since the last American novel of such compassion, intelligence, and maturity." Jonathan Yardley, The Washington Post Book World

Review:

"Clark unfolds the story's moral dramas with rare assurance and grownup charity...." Pico Iyer, Time magazine

Synopsis:

A story of faith and doubt, profound moral and spiritual conflict, and the intricate bonds and secrets that hold families together. While going through his dead brother's papers, Richard MacEwan discovers a letter from his own wife, Sarah, which hints at her infidelity. At the same time, his daughter Anna becomes involved with a married man--an affair that will threaten her life and change it forever. 288 pp. Author tour. National print ads. 30,000 print.

About the Author

Robert Clark is the author of a biography of James Beard, The Solace of Food, and a cultural history of the Columbia River, River of the West (Picador). He lives in Seattle, Washington.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780312181147
Author:
Clark, Robert
Publisher:
St. Martins Press-3pl
Location:
New York
Subject:
General
Subject:
General Fiction
Subject:
Literature-A to Z
Subject:
Historical
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Paperback
Series Volume:
no. 257
Publication Date:
19980131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
288
Dimensions:
8.5 x 5.5 x 0.648 in

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Product details 288 pages Picador USA - English 9780312181147 Reviews:
"Review" by , "This novel deserves a wide readership and will especially appeal to sophisticated readers on whom Clark's rich imagery will not be lost."
"Review" by , "In the Deep Midwinter comes along at a time when people have stopped talking about The Great American Novel. That's too bad, because this just might be it."
"Review" by , "It has been a long time since the last American novel of such compassion, intelligence, and maturity."
"Review" by , "Clark unfolds the story's moral dramas with rare assurance and grownup charity...."
"Synopsis" by , A story of faith and doubt, profound moral and spiritual conflict, and the intricate bonds and secrets that hold families together. While going through his dead brother's papers, Richard MacEwan discovers a letter from his own wife, Sarah, which hints at her infidelity. At the same time, his daughter Anna becomes involved with a married man--an affair that will threaten her life and change it forever. 288 pp. Author tour. National print ads. 30,000 print.
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