The Runner Stumbles
Milan Stitt
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The Runner Stumbles

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A young nun has died under mysterious circumstances in a remote parish in northern Michigan, and her superior, Father Rivard, has been charged with her murder. The action alternates between interrogations, testimony and scenes from the past which reveal that Father Rivard, who had been banished to the small, up-country parish, fell in love with Sister Rita; and when circum...more
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Published September 1st 1979 by Avon Books (first published 1979)
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Milan Stitt was an American playwright and educator.

Milan Stitt was born in Detroit, Michigan; he graduated from Cooley High School in 1959. Stitt then studied at Albion College to become a priest before receiving his BA from the University of Michigan and MFA from the Yale School of Drama. At Michigan, he studied play-writing with Kenneth Thorpe Rowe.

As a writer, Stitt was best known for his play...more
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