A land more kind than home / Wiley Cash.
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Summary:Growing up in a small North Carolina town, Jess Hall is plunged into an adulthood for which he is not prepared when his autistic older brother, Stump, sneaks a look at something he is not supposed to see, which has catastrophic repercussions.
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|Baker Richland Branch||CASH (Wiley) (Text)||37814002668169||FICTION||Book||None||10/25/2013||Available||-|
|Gilliam County Library||F CASH (Text)||37823000152910||Adult Fiction||Book||None||07/27/2016||Available||-|
|Grant County Library||AF CASH (Text)||37845000348164||Adult Fiction||Book||None||08/19/2013||Available||-|
|Southern Wasco County Library||CAS (Text)||33892004830759||FICTION||Book||None||03/05/2014||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780062088239
- Physical Description: 309, 14 pages ; 21 cm.
- Edition: First William Morrow paperback edition.
- Publisher: New York, N.Y. : William Morrow, 2013.
Includes "insights, interviews & more..." -- from front cover.
Subtitle from cover.
Growing up in a small North Carolina town, Jess Hall is plunged into an adulthood for which he is not prepared when his autistic older brother, Stump, sneaks a look at something he is not supposed to see, which has catastrophic repercussions.
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