Little Wolves (Compact Disc)

By Thomas Maltman, Hillary Huber (Read by)

Audiogo, 9781620647455

Publication Date: January 8, 2013

Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (1/7/2013)
Paperback (11/26/2013)
Hardcover (1/8/2013)
Compact Disc (1/8/2013)
Pre-Recorded Audio Player (1/14/2014)
Hardcover, Large Print (1/8/2014)

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January 2013 Indie Next List

“Keep an eye on Tom Maltman. He hit the ground running with Night Birds and has now given us another award-worthy novel. Maltman populates Little Wolves with folks not unlike us, except that they harbor deep secrets and commit horrific crimes. You will be drawn into the intriguing murder plot, of course, but you will also be captivated by Maltman's lyrical prose, adept storytelling, and artistic rendering of the moody Midwestern prairie of the 1980s. Maltman has done for the Midwest what Steinbeck did for the Salinas Valley.”
— Bev Denor, LaDeDa Books, Manitowoc, WI
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Description

Set on the Minnesota prairie in the late 1980s during a drought season that's pushing family farms to the brink, Little Wolves features the intertwining stories of a father searching for answers after his son commits a heinous murder, and a pastor's wife (and washed-out scholar of early Anglo-Saxon literature) who has returned to the town for mysterious reasons of her own. A penetrating look at small-town America from the award-winning author of The Night Birds, Little Wolves weaves together elements of folklore and Norse mythology while being driven by a powerful murder mystery; a page-turning literary triumph.


About the Author

Thomas Maltman's essays, poetry, and fiction have been published in many literary journals. He has an MFA from Minnesota State University, Mankato and he lives in the Twin Cities. His first novel, "The Night Birds, " won several national awards, including an Alex Award, a Spur Award, and the Friends of American Writers Literary Award. In 2009, the American Library Association chose "The Night Birds" as an "Outstanding Book for the College Bound."