Download Detecting Metal djvu

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by Fred Bonnie

Author: Fred Bonnie
Subcategory: Short Stories & Anthologies
Language: English
Publisher: Livingston Pr; 1st edition (October 1, 1998)
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.2
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Fred Bonnie is a relocated Maine author, who's been living in the South for 25 years. he was thrilled when he could get help with his passion! Quick ship, arrived is great shape he said.

Fred Bonnie is a relocated Maine author, who's been living in the South for 25 years. His stories reflect the tension of that, among other things.

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28. The Ecology of Eden (Evan Eisenberg). 30. Election (Tom Perotta). 31. The Endurance (Caroline Alexander).

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The praise for Bonnie's work continued, for Publishers Weekly called him "a master raconteur. Simple enough: Bonnie was a writer unafraid to write a story that's a story. Why? Simple enough: Bonnie was a writer unafraid to write a story that's a story. With loving strokes he depicted character, plot, conflict, and resolution - a combination all too hard to find in contemporary short fiction.

In this, Bonnie's sixth story collection, you'll quickly see why Erskine Caldwell called Bonnie's third collection, Too Hot & Other Maine Stories, "a masterful achievement." The praise for Bonnie's work continued, for Publishers Weekly called him "a master raconteur." Why? Simple enough: Bonnie was a writer unafraid to write a story that's a story. With loving strokes he depicted character, plot, conflict, and resolution -- a combination all too hard to find in contemporary short fiction.