Murther and Walking Spirits

Murther and Walking Spirits

Book - 1991
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Baker & Taylor
Murdered by his wife's lover, Gil must spend his afterlife seated next to his murderer at a film festival, where he views the exploits of his ancestors from the Revolutionary era to his parents' time

Publisher: New York : Viking, [1991]
Copyright Date: ©1991
ISBN: 9780670841899
0670841897
Branch Call Number: FICTION DAVIE
Characteristics: 359 pages

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wyenotgo
Aug 03, 2015

This was my second Davies book and certainly a radical departure from Fifth Business! Cleverly, he tells the story in the first person, starting with his own death. Observing events as a ghost enables him to spy on the other protagonists' most private behavior and frees him of any restrictions with regard to time or space; he proceeds to cover past, present and future events as he sees fit, making a sardonic romp of it all.
Crafty fellow, Davies!

A well-crafted book that skillfully examines the impact of family history and human nature.

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