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  • Erikah Fitzgerald

    From the acclaimed author of Knockemstiff—comes a dark and riveting vision of America that delivers literary excitement in the highest degree. In The Devil All the Time, Donald Ray Pollock has written a novel that marries the twisted intensity of Oliver Stone’s Natural Born Killers with the religious and Gothic over­tones of Flannery O’Connor at her most haunting. Set in rural southern Ohio and West Virginia, The Devil All the Time follows a cast of compelling and biz...

  • D. Mc

    Murder, Mystery, 1960s, Mountain Religion...This suspense novel has twists and characters that keep you engaged...I couldn't put it down!

  • Cheryl McTang

    If Anthony Bourdain reccommends it, it's likely worth reading.

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