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The Maid's Version
Daniel Woodrell, the authoritative voice of Ozarks noir.
Winter's Bone by Daniel Woodrell, As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner
Alek Dunahew, the soft-spoken, but inquisitive termination of the Dunahew bloodline
Haley Joel Osment, 10 years ago.
Doubtful, for so many reasons. Woodrell's Ozarks are no picnic, and a place where so many people run screaming from the truth doesn't sound great for a writer.
He had intended to become a murderer this night but recoiled when engaged in the act, repulsed by the feeling in his hands and the forlorn grunts from his own chest and the shock delivered him by Glencross's abject acceptance of the assault.
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