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Whipple's Castle
 
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Thomas Williams
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Whipple's Castle

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Whipple's Castle is a mansion in Leah, New Hampshire. Set in the 1940s, Williams writes what seems to be an old-fashioned novel that has a great darkness to it as it looks at the traditional values of small-town America.
Paperback, 535 pages
Published February 1st 1988 by Anchor (first published January 1st 1968)
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April Richardson
Much overlooked, no one has ever heard of this, good luck finding a copy even. Lucky enough to have my father's copy from the 60's.
Thom Dunn
Supposed to be his best and a was proclaimed "a novelist of enduring achievement" by Richard Rhodes upon its publication.
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