by Bruce Ducker
"Ducker surveys the subtle, treacherous landscape of love and betrayal in this poignant story of four middle-aged, well-to-do friends. His unadorned yet elegant prose is well suited to his characters, the self-contained members of 'the leisure class at leisure'". -- Publishers Weekly
Hardcover, 252 pages
Published April 28th 1993 by Permanent Press (NY)
(first published April 1993)
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Bruce Ducker was raised in New York City and has spent most of his working life practicing corporate law. He has been writing novels since 1975. He won the Colorado Book Award for Lead Us Not into Penn Station, and his poems and stories have appeared in The Yale Review, The Southern Review, The Hudson Review, and Poetry. For many years, Ducker owned a house in Aspen and moved downvalley only when...moreMore about Bruce Ducker...