Little, Brown and Company Catalog

Fall 2013/Winter 2014

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2012 Trade Paperback

Tomato Red: A Novel
Daniel Woodrell
Foreword by Megan Abbott
978-0-316-20621-1, $14.99

“Woodrell’s down-home version of Chandleresque prose lends a near-Biblical dignity to the criminal doings.” —THE NEW YORKER

2012 Trade Paperback

The Death of Sweet Mister: A Novel
Daniel Woodrell
Foreword by Dennis Lehane
978-0-316-20614-3, $14.99

“Woodrell has achieved near mastery of style: language, plot, characterization, and theme mesh with a seamless power.” —NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW.

2012 Trade Paperback

Give Us A Kiss: A Novel
Daniel Woodrell
Foreword by Pinckney Benedict
978-0-316-20620-4, $14.99

“He celebrates blood kin, home country, and hot sex
in this rich, funny, headshakingly original novel.
Woodrell is a ladystinger of a writer.” — E. ANNIE PROULX

2012 Trade Paperback

Woe to Live On: A Novel
Foreword by Ron Rash
978-0-316-20616-7, $14.99

“A renegade Western that celebrates the genre while
bushwhacking its most cherished traditions.”

About the author: Daniel Woodrell was born in the Missouri Ozarks, left school and enlisted in the marines at 17, received his bachelor’s degree at age 27, graduated from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and spent a year on a Michener Fellowship.

He is the author of nine works of fiction, including the novel Winter’s Bone, the film adaptation of which won the Grand Jury Prize for best picture at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival and received five Academy Award nominations.

The Death of Sweet Mister received the 2011 Clifton Fadiman Medal from the Center for Fiction, an award created “to honor a book that deserves renewed recognition and a wider readership.” Woodrell lives in the Ozarks near the Arkansas line with his wife, Katie Estill.

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