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- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2009; US$ 13.00
It?s 1952, and E.F. Bloodworth is finally coming home to Ackerman?s Field, Tennessee. Itinerant banjo picker and volatile vagrant, he?s been gone ever since he gunned down a deputy thirty years before. Two of his sons won?t be home to greet him: Warren lives a life of alcoholic philandering down in Alabama, and Boyd has gone to Detroit in vengeful... more...
- M P Publishing 2004; US$ 4.99
As the popular 'Blue Moon Café' series moves into its third volume, 'The Alumni Grill' showcases award-winning veterans from the first two 'Blue Moon Café' collections, handpicked by editors William Gay and Suzanne Kingsbury. In this stunning anthology of Southern prose and poetry, beloved authors such as Tom Franklin, Suzanne Hudson, and Brad Watson... more...
- M P Publishing 2006; US$ 5.99
From the acclaimed author of 'Provinces of Night', this is a Southern Gothic novel about an undertaker who won?t let the dead rest. Suspecting that something is amiss with their father?s burial, teenager Kenneth Tyler and his sister Corrie venture to his grave site and make a horrific discovery: their father, a whiskey bootlegger, was not actually... more...
- Free Press 2002; US$ 21.95
William Gay firmly established himself as "the big new name to include in the storied annals of Southern Lit" ( Esquire ) with his debut novel, The Long Home, and his critically acclaimed follow-up, Provinces of Night. Like Faulkner's Mississippi and Cormac McCarthy's American West, Gay's Tennessee is redolent of broken, colorful souls hard at... more...
- Doubleday Canada 2010; US$ 22.00
Suspecting that something is amiss with their father?s burial, teenager Kenneth Tyler and his sister Corrie venture to his gravesite and make a horrific discovery: their father, a whiskey bootlegger, was not actually buried in the casket they bought for him. Worse, they learn that the undertaker, Fenton Breece, has been grotesquely manipulating the... more...
- M P Publishing 2011; US$ 6.99
In a literary voice that is both original and powerfully unsettling, William Gay tells the story of Nathan Winer, a young and headstrong Tennessee carpenter who lost his father years ago to a human evil that is greater and closer at hand than any the boy can imagine - until he learns of it first-hand. Gay's remarkable debut novel, 'The Long... more...
- Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers 2012; US$ 18.95
This collection of thirty-eight terrifying tales of serial killers at large, written by the great masters of the genre, plumbs the horrifying depths of a deranged mind and the forces of evil that compel a human being to murder, gruesomely and methodically, over and over again. From Hannibal Lecter ( The Silence of the Lambs ) to Patrick... more...
- Lexington Books 2009; US$ 32.99
Convinced that what is needed in America is a serious, open, civil dialogue on racial, ethnic, and religious prejudice, William S. Cohen and Janet Langhart Cohen brought together an august and varied group of individuals in July 2008. Meeting in Washington, D.C., the participants, including Douglas Blackmon, Deepak Chopra, Sam Donaldson, Louis Gossett,... more...