The Huntsman

The Huntsman

Book - 2001
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Baker & Taylor
A suspenseful debut novel about old sins and present consequences in a racially and economically polarized Kansas City follows Booker Short, a bitter young black man, who arrives in town with a grudge and becomes romantically involved with Clarissa Sayers, a young debutante, until her death and the investigation into Booker's involvement reveal shocking secrets from the past.

Blackwell North Amer
Kansas City is a metropolis so fractured by class and race that by the early nineties even childhood friends rarely cross the city's color line to speak. But when a young debutante's body is pulled from the Missouri River, her death and the ensuing investigation force the city's inhabitants to examine their own buried history.

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& Taylor

In racially and economically polarized Kansas City, Booker Short, a bitter young black man, becomes romantically involved with Clarissa Sayers, a young debutante, but her death and the investigation into Booker's involvement reveal shocking secrets from the past.

Publisher: New York : Viking, 2001
ISBN: 9780670894659
0670894656
9780670851669
0670851663
Branch Call Number: FICTION Ter
FICTION Ter
Characteristics: 423 p. ; 24 cm

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