Mysteries of Winterthurn by Joyce Carol Oates
Many contemporary authors have taken delight in undermining the heroic trappings of the mystery genre—indeed the concept of the failed detective stands out as one of the most over-worked postmodern literary memes. Yet Joyce Carol Oates offers a new twist on this familiar figure in her genre-crossing novel Mysteries of Winterthurn, where the downfall of …
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