The Carp in the Bathtub
Kar-Ben Publishing, 1987 - 48 Seiten
Petesch is well-known for her story writing. In this, her fifth collection, she spans time and geography, moving from the America's Great Depression to contemporary Spain and Mexico. Fans of Petesch will find that her voice remains as gritty as ever, and her vision as compassionate.
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