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    Scribner 2016; US$ 8.99

    The memoir and first book from the author of the beloved New York Times bestseller Cutting for Stone . Nestled in the Smoky Mountains of eastern Tennessee, the town of Johnson City had always seemed exempt from the anxieties of modern American life. But when the local hospital treated its first AIDS patient, a crisis that had once seemed an “urban... more...

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