2001 . Fiction, Thrillers . Liza Wieland
Liza Wieland's mesmerizing new novel poses the questions: what if such a criminal, whose personal losses and obsessions have terrorized America, had a daughter--a beautiful blonde dancer in Las Vegas? What if she had a stepbrother who knew the truth? Wieland's novel suggests that the legacy of The Bomb detonated on July 16, 1945, is this mad professor's string of bombings, fifty years later. Through the personal stories of these three characters, Wieland shows that it's never clear where privacy ends and public life begins. And that we must take part in the lives around us, take blame, take care.
Southern Methodist University Press
0870744623 (ISBN13: 9780870744624)
No reviews for this book yet