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Here comes a candle

Author: Fredric Brown
Publisher: Lakewood, Colo. : Millipede Press, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Here Comes a Candle is Fredric Brown at his most audacious in a novel that was far ahead of its time. It is the story of Joe Bailey, whose young life is at a crossroads. Not only is he involved with a tough Milwaukee racketeer and two completely different women, but he is haunted by childhood trauma. Psychologically complex and told in an array of stylistic variations, it is a tour de force with a savagely ironic  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fredric Brown
ISBN: 1933618043 9781933618043
OCLC Number: 73302198
Description: 297 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Here comes a candle --
The Joke --
It's only everything.
Responsibility: Fredric Brown ; introduction by Bill Pronzini.

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Here Comes a Candle is Fredric Brown at his most audacious in a novel that was far ahead of its time. It is the story of Joe Bailey, whose young life is at a crossroads. Not only is he involved with a tough Milwaukee racketeer and two completely different women, but he is haunted by childhood trauma. Psychologically complex and told in an array of stylistic variations, it is a tour de force with a savagely ironic ending not to be soon forgotten.

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