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Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
Trust and betrayal, coercion and compliance, cruel truth and 'friendly deceit'--these are among the themes in this latest collection of stories by prizewinning author Greg Johnson. A young man knows his father really didn't die in Vietnam but isn't sure he's ready for his mother to tell him the truth. An emotionally distraught wife copes with her husband's infidelity. Watching a disturbing Gene Tierney film on the 'Million Dollar Movie, ' a ten-year-old boy learns that there are more dangerous fevers than the one keeping him home from school. And as her boyfriend loads the stolen silver on his pickup truck, a female con artist teaches a childless woman a bitter lesson about motherhood.Johnson, Greg is the author of 'Friendly Deceit Short Stories' with ISBN 9780801844072 and ISBN 080184407X.
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