©2007 Larry Brown; (P)2007 Recorded Books
"A Miracle of Catfish is vintage Brown. It's driven by terse sentences, haunting images and a sense of place you can almost smell and taste . . . [and] filled with memorable characters....Brown was a writer who was never writerly. He was never self-consciously literary, yet created a literature that will last." (USA Today)
"The truth of the matter is that Brown is one of the best writers we have, able in a sentence or two to cut to the heart of things." (Washington Post Book World)
Larry Brown's "Miracle" (edited and published posthumously by Shannon Ravenel) is just that. Readers will find Larry's final work, though not quite finished, continues in his style of gut-punching truth, pulled from the smoke and fog by Ravenel, and delivered in a tight package.
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