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Alice Lichtenstein


Alice Lichtenstein comes to Tucson from Oneonta, N.Y., where she teaches fiction and poetry writing at Hartwick College. Her latest novel is "The Crime of Being," a story about a shooting in a picturesque village in northern New York. The victim is the only black student in his high school class, the adopted son of white parents. Lichtenstein's previous book was "Lost," which became a finalist for the Dublin Literary Award.

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Books:
The Crime of Being
Fiction / Literature
Upper Hand Press
November 2019
ISBN 9780998490694
325 pages
$18.00, INSTOCK
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On a Good Friday in a picturesque village in Upstate New York, the spring weather is unusually warm and school is closed. More/less

Lost
Fiction / Literature
Scribner
March 2010
ISBN 9781439159828
256 pages
$24.00, OUTOFSTOCK
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On a cold January morning Susan leaves her husband alone for a few minutes and returns to find him gone. More/less

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