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by Louise Erdrich

Five women stranded together in a blizzard, all former wives of the same man who is now dead, tell why they loved him.

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Tales of Burning Love.(Review)
“True to its mocking, enticing title, Tales of Burning Love is refreshingly irreverent, a great comic foray into our most and least noble impulses. Like the stories the wives vow to tell, this novel scorches paper and heats the air.”
Contains: Review
Author: Jeanne R. Smith
From: MELUS Spring, 1998
Author: Jeanne R. Smith
From: MELUS Spring, 1998

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