Posted By trish on February 17, 2011
• Paperback: 496 pages
• Publisher: Harper Perennial; Original edition (March 15, 2011)
Last year Godwin Honors Hall was draped in black. The university was mourning the loss of one of its own: Nicole Werner, a blond, beautiful, straight-A sorority sister tragically killed in a car accident that left her boyfriend, who was driving, remarkably—some say suspiciously—unscathed.
Although a year has passed, as winter begins and the nights darken, obsession with Nicole and her death reignites: She was so pretty. So sweet-tempered. So innocent. Too young to die.
Unless she didn’t.
Because rumor has it that she’s back.
Laura Kasischke teaches in the University of Michigan MFA program and the Residential College. She has published seven collections of poetry and seven novels including In A Perfect World. She lives with her family in Chelsea, Michigan.
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Tuesday, March 15th: red headed book child
Wednesday, March 16th: Books Like Breathing
Thursday, March 17th: Life in the Thumb
Wednesday, March 23rd: In the Next Room
Thursday, March 24th: Life In Review
Friday, March 25th: Book Club Classics!
Wednesday, March 30th: Amusing Reviews
Tuesday, April 5th: Jenn’s Bookshelves
Wednesday, April 6th: Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers
Thursday, April 7th: Wordsmithonia
Friday, April 8th: Proud Book Nerd