(From the publisher):
In The Summer He Didn't Die, Brown Dog, a hapless Michigan Indian is trying to parent his two stepchildren and take care of his family's health on meager resources: it helps a bit that his charms are irresistible to the new dentist in town.
Republican Wives is a wicked satire on the sexual neuroses of the right, the emptiness of a life lived for the status quo, and the irrational power of love that, when thwarted, can turn so easily into an urge to murder.
Tracking is a meditation on Harrison's fascination with place, telling his own familiar mythology through the places his life has seen and the intellectual loves he has known in a vivid stream of consciousness that transfigures how we look at our own surroundings.
Original title: The Summer He Didn't Die
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Ties That Bind
Fiction→ General Fiction→ Regional Interest
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