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I Killed Hemingway by William McCranor Henderson
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Nov 02, 2010

it was ok
bookshelves: fiction, funny-uh-oh
Read in November, 2010 , read count: 1

A wild look into the mind of obsession.

Elliot McGuire a writer with great plans to launch a new age life management system (Life Forms) is stuck ghosting biographies for the not very rich or famous. Life hums along (in a dreary kind of way), when his publisher asks him to investigate the incredible: Someone has written a confession to killing Hemmingway. This pulls Elliot back into the Hemmingway world, where he was once a star scholar.

Definitely an interesting and suspenseful read, which asks one to consider what one can believe. Between the ranting and raving of the narrator, and the sad people in the story, it's all just a bit too disturbing for my tastes.

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