Fiction with an Indiana twist

by googler@evpl on Thursday, February 11 2010, 1:49pm. Viewed 762 times.

I tried searching the catalog under the heading of Indiana -- fiction and found a list of fascinating titles. Here are some of the most recent:

Sleeping with Anemone, by Kate Collins, is the latest installment in a series about a young female flower-shop owner/amateur sleath in small-town Indiana. Well-crafted plots, fun characters and some fast-paced, zany action make this series popular.

Many Deaths of the Firefly Brothers, by Thomas Mullen, takes the reader back to the Depression Era, where two bank-robbing brothers find themselves in a police morgue in Indiana. The novel "tells a rip-roaring yarn that manages to be both phantasmagorical and historically accurate. In its labyrinthine, luminous narrative, reminiscent of Michael Chabon's best fiction, readers will find powerful parallels to the present-day." (LA Times)

A Cousin's Prayer by Wanda E. Brunstetter is the second installment of the Indiana Cousins series. Brunstetter is a Christian author who is fascinated by the Amish way of life and tries to portray it accurately in her gentle, heart-warming novels of love and life.

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