Published: August 2016
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In a pitiless story of prying suburban self-righteousness, Patricia Highsmith introduces the Alderman family as they descend into moral crisis. When small-town insurance salesman Richard Alderman becomes a born-again Christian, his once tight-knit family quickly begins to rip apart at the seams. He and his youngest son, Robbie, embrace their newfound faith, while his elder son Arthur rejects it. Caught in the middle of the ensuing web of lies, his wife, Lois, tries to keep the family together, but when the church elders start to interfere in Arthur's love life, events spiral toward violence. In this masterful late work, Highsmith weaves a powerful tale about blind faith and the peculiar ideas of justice that lie underneath the veneer of respectability.
BOOK DETAILS AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
- Format: Paperback
- ISBN13: 9780349004976
- Published: August 2016
- Number of pages:384
- Width: 13.7 mm
- Height: 2.3 mm
- Depth: 20 mm
- Publisher:not specified
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