Joshua Ferris follows satirical debut “Then We Came to the End” with a dark novel about a man who cannot stop walking.
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A life on the lam leads to a career as a novelist in John Irving’s new novel.
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In a nearly autobiographical novel, award-winning author Pete Dexter draws a loving portrait of a stepdad.