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The third Buddha

Author: Jameson Currier
Publisher: New York, NY : Chelsea Station Editions, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : First U.S. edition
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"Author Jameson Currier expands his richly detailed storytelling to an international level, weaving together the intertwining stories of the search for a missing journalist in the Bamiyan region of Afghanistan with a young man's search for his older brother in Manhattan in the aftermath of 9/11 into a sweeping, multi-cultural novel of what it means to be a gay citizen of the world"--Publisher.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jameson Currier
ISBN: 9780984470723 0984470727
OCLC Number: 756503392
Description: 322 pages ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Jameson Currier.

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"Author Jameson Currier expands his richly detailed storytelling to an international level, weaving together the intertwining stories of the search for a missing journalist in the Bamiyan region of Afghanistan with a young man's search for his older brother in Manhattan in the aftermath of 9/11 into a sweeping, multi-cultural novel of what it means to be a gay citizen of the world"--Publisher.

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