Slow Poison: A Novel by Sheila Bosworth

Choose a shelf or add to a new one
Recommend

Recommend and receive 50% of the profit on any sale you generate

Slow Poison: A Novel

'“Almost Innocent was a very tough act to follow; Slow Poison proves to be not merely a worthy successor but one that expands Bosworth’s territory in both breadth and depth.” —The Washington Post Book World   “One of the most satisfying novels that has appeared in recent years.” —New York Herald Tribune   “Like an expert mixologist, Bosworth measures out life’s sorrows in equal proportion to its sweetness.” —Time    “Splendid . . . [Bosworth] combines an intimate and understated wit with an outrageous sense of the absurd.” —Los Angeles Times Book Review   “This bitter-sweet, episodic novel pierces Southern manners and mores with fierce tenderness.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review “Bosworth is the best of guides. She knows her territory from first kiss to last chance, never bypassing ugly truth or swerving to avoid unexpected passion. . . . Her images stay with us like a dream we remember long after the tears on the pillow have dried.” —Kirkus Reviews'
'“Almost Innocent was a very tough act to follow; Slow Poison proves to be not merely a worthy successor but one that expands Bosworth’s territory in both breadth and depth.” —The Washington Post Book World   “One of the most satisfying novels that has appeared in recent years.” —New York Herald Tribune   “Like an expert mixologist, Bosworth measures out life’s sorrows in equal proportion to its sweetness.” —Time    “Splendid . . . [Bosworth] combines an intimate and understated wit with an outrageous sense of the absurd.” —Los Angeles Times Book Review   “This bitter-sweet, episodic novel pierces Southern manners and mores with fierce tenderness.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review “Bosworth is the best of guides. She knows her territory from first kiss to last chance, never bypassing ugly truth or swerving to avoid unexpected passion. . . . Her images stay with us like a dream we remember long after the tears on the pillow have dried.” —Kirkus Reviews'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504016469 Pages: 319