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The Clearing

by Tim Gautreaux

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The Clearing by Tim Gautreaux
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  • First Published:
    Jun 2003, 320 pages
    Paperback:
    May 2004, 336 pages

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john willis

This is an outstanding book.The sense of place is compelling.The actions is fast paced and very realistic,but the part i liked the best was the relationship between the 2 brothers.This was very touching and its hard to find a thriller like this with a heart and soul so deep.
I actually felt that i was there in the sawmill camp while i was reading this book.If you love southern fiction this is a must read.If you are new to this type of literature then this is a great place to start. icant wait for the authors next book.
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