May 2020 Indie Next List #1 Great Read

Death in Her Hands: A Novel by Ottessa MoshfeghDeath in Her Hands: A Novel by Ottessa MoshfeghOn the cover of this month's Indie Next list is
Death in Her Hands: A Novel, by Ottessa Moshfegh

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“Ottessa Moshfegh is a modern-day Camus. A woman finds a note in the woods that proclaims someone is dead. Murdered, in fact. She investigates between dog walks and early evening naps but soon facts, memories, and suppositions entwine and overlap until the simple act of asking a question can unravel the thread of an entire life. Ponderous, violent, forgetful, and deft, Death in Her Hands is a genre-bender that teases you into asking, Is this noir? Horror? A whacked-out farce? Or a sly literary trick? I’ll tell you what it is — absolutely brilliant.”

Chris Lee, Boswell Book Company, Milwaukee, WI


 

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