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Robert Goolrick, “Heading Out to Wonderful”

On the one hand: Robert Goolrick wrote A Reliable Wife which I really enjoyed. On the other hand: Heading Out to Wonderful is about a doomed love affair in rural Virginia in 1948. The doomed love affair is one of my least favorite … Continue reading

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Robert Goolrick, “A Reliable Wife”

Three words that I would not have said added up to a great read: “train wreck” and “incantatory.” But I guess that’s why we keep reading: sometimes a new thing occurs. It took me two tries to get into A … Continue reading

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