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Dolores Claiborne

Dolores Claiborne

Dolores Claiborne has a story to tell. But it is not quite what the police had expected.

Dolores Claiborne has a confession to make . . .

She will take her time. Won’t be hurried. Will do it her way, sparing neither details nor feelings. Hers or anyone else’s.

This is the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Truth that takes you to the edge of darkness.

Dolores Claiborne has a story to tell and you’d better pay attention – or else.

DOLORES CLAIBORNE is a film starring Kathy Bates.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items

On Sale: 22nd March 2010

Price: £9.99

ISBN-13: 9781848940918

Reviews

A svelte and compelling masterpiece ... It is not just a powerful book, it is a beautiful book ... Only a novelist of the very first rank could combine comedy and tragedy so judiciously ... It is an exciting change of gear and a very fine book has resulted
Sunday Telegraph
... the climax of Dolores's confession ... is one of his most accomplished and macabre set-pieces, a homicidal-rhapsody-in-bluechh ... Its message touches a nerve that has been raw since man first walked on two legs
The Sunday Times
An incredibly gifted writer, whose writing, like Truman Capote's, is so fluid that you often forget that you're reading
Guardian
A svelte and compelling masterpiece ... It is not just a powerful book, it is a beautiful book ... Only a novelist of the very first rank could combine comedy and tragedy so judiciously ... It is an exciting change of gear and a very fine book has resulted
Sunday Telegraph
... the climax of Dolores's confession ... is one of his most accomplished and macabre set-pieces, a homicidal-rhapsody-in-bluechh ... Its message touches a nerve that has been raw since man first walked on two legs
The Sunday Times
An incredibly gifted writer, whose writing, like Truman Capote's, is so fluid that you often forget that you're reading
Guardian