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Atticus: A Novel

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Colorado rancher Atticus Cody receives word that his wayward younger son, Scott, has committed suicide in Resurrection, Mexico. When Atticus travels south to recover Scott's body, he is puzzled by what he finds there and begins to suspect murder. Illuminating those often obscure chambers of the human heart, Atticus is the story of a father's steadfast and almost unfathomable love for his son, a mystery that Ron Hansen's fiction explores with a passion and intensity no reader will be able to resist.

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Ron Hansen is the bestselling author of the novel Atticus (a finalist for the National Book Award), Hitler's Niece, Mariette in Ecstasy, Desperadoes, and Isn't It Romantic?, as well as a collection of short stories, a collection of essays, and a book for children. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford was a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award. Ron Hansen lives in northern California, where he teaches at Santa Clara University.

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"A superbly written novel... Atticus irrefutably confirms this novelist's awesome gifts." -- "Miami Herald""Mr. Hansen writes vigorously, and like an angel." -- "New York Times Book Review""Astonishing imagery... Hansen's style is so fresh; and he has the ability to make it seem effortless, natural."-- Elmore Leonard

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Descripción HarperCollins Publishers Inc, United States, 1997. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Reprint. Language: English . Brand New Book. Ron Hansen s deeply affecting new novel opens in winter on the high plains of Colorado, where rancher Atticus Cody receives an unexpected visit from his wayward young son. An artist and wanderer, Scott has recently settled into a life of heavy drinking and recklessness among expatriates and Mexicans in the little town of Resurreccion on the Caribbean coast. Weeks later, Atticus himself goes down to Mexico to recover the body of his son, thinking he has committed suicide. Puzzled by what he finds in Resurreccion, he begins to suspect that Scott has been murdered. Atticus is the story of a father s fierce love for his son, a love so steadfast and powerful that it bends the impersonal forces of destiny to its own will. As Atticus uncovers the story of his son s death, fitting together the pieces of the mosaic that was Scott s life in Mexico? and encountering a group of disturbing characters along the way? he suffers a father s grief and rage, but is driven forward in his quest to understand by the even more powerful force of a father s love. Written in the sensuous prose style of Ron Hansen s earlier works of fiction, Atticus is a suspenseful murder mystery, as vivid and precise in its imagery as the highly acclaimed Mariette in Ecstasy. Illuminating those often obscure chambers of the human heart, Atticus is finally a novel about deeply rooted, almost unfathomable love, a mystery that Ron Hansen s fiction explores with a passion and intensity no reader will be able to resist. Nº de ref. de la librería AAC9780060927868

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Descripción HarperCollins Publishers Inc, United States, 1997. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Reprint. Language: English . Brand New Book. Ron Hansen s deeply affecting new novel opens in winter on the high plains of Colorado, where rancher Atticus Cody receives an unexpected visit from his wayward young son. An artist and wanderer, Scott has recently settled into a life of heavy drinking and recklessness among expatriates and Mexicans in the little town of Resurreccion on the Caribbean coast. Weeks later, Atticus himself goes down to Mexico to recover the body of his son, thinking he has committed suicide. Puzzled by what he finds in Resurreccion, he begins to suspect that Scott has been murdered. Atticus is the story of a father s fierce love for his son, a love so steadfast and powerful that it bends the impersonal forces of destiny to its own will. As Atticus uncovers the story of his son s death, fitting together the pieces of the mosaic that was Scott s life in Mexico? and encountering a group of disturbing characters along the way? he suffers a father s grief and rage, but is driven forward in his quest to understand by the even more powerful force of a father s love. Written in the sensuous prose style of Ron Hansen s earlier works of fiction, Atticus is a suspenseful murder mystery, as vivid and precise in its imagery as the highly acclaimed Mariette in Ecstasy. Illuminating those often obscure chambers of the human heart, Atticus is finally a novel about deeply rooted, almost unfathomable love, a mystery that Ron Hansen s fiction explores with a passion and intensity no reader will be able to resist. Nº de ref. de la librería AAC9780060927868

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