The hunger of crows / Richard Chiappone.
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- ISBN: 9781643857008
- ISBN: 1643857002
- Physical Description: 293 pages ; 25 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Crooked Lane, 2021.
- Copyright: ©2021
"Carla Merino is hiding out in Lost Bay, Alaska, after a one-night stand with the wrong man...She'd taken a memento from the evening...a photograph from the man's wallet, of a younger version of himself and some very important military men. But she quickly realizes who the men are--including Gordon McKint, giant in the military contracting industry, who just happens to be running for president...When she finds out she's been tracked to Lost Bay, she leaves for another hideout by boat, unprepared and unaware of the dangerous weather headed her way"-- Provided by publisher.
Two time winner of the Robert Traver Award, <b>Richard Chiappone</b> is the author of three collections of stories or essays. His fiction has appeared in several anthologies and in national magazines. One story was made into a prize winning short film featured at international film festivals. Other stories have been dramatized on BBC Radio. Chiappone is a former senior associate editor at Alaska Quarterly Review, and a long-time organizer of the Kachemak Bay Writer's Conference.
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