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Andre Dubus III

USA flag (b.1959)
Son of Andre Dubus, cousin of James Lee Burke

Andre Dubus III is an American novelist and writer of short stories. He is a member of the faculty at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.

Genres: Literary Fiction
Non fiction
   Townie (2011)
National Book Award for Fiction Best Book nominee (1999) : House of Sand and Fog
Oprah's Book Club Best Book nominee (2000) : House of Sand and Fog

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In the River Sweet (2002)
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"Gorgeously written and suffused with wisdom, In the River Sweet is an absolute superb novel from one of our best."
Before (2007)
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The Anarchist (2009)
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Down from Cascom Mountain (2011)
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"This is a haunting and lovely book."
Everything Beautiful Began After (2011)
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And God Said, Billy! (2013)
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"Schaeffer's gift as a novelist are more than comic his writing has a deeper river flowing through it, one that is sensual and full of true grace."
Lucky You (2017)
Erika Carter
"Lucky You is not only a superb novel, it heralds a strong and authentic new voice among us. From here on out, I will read whatever Erika Carter writes!"
The Balcony (2018)
Jane Delury
"Jane Delury's gifts as a writer of fiction are in such abundance here, it is difficult to know where to begin: her characters - each and every one - whether male or female, young or old, French or American, wealthy or just barely surviving, a child of the 20th century or one-hundred years earlier - are living, breathing human beings I came to love and, in some cases, to mourn. Her landscapes are rendered as deftly as an impressionist painter's, and the pacing of each narrative in this exquisitely rendered novel-in-stories is downright masterly. But, what I admire most about The Balcony, is the depth and range of its inherent humanity. I adore this book. It is a true work of art and a most impressive literary debut."

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