“A powerful fiction debut.” (New York Times)
“Original and arresting. . . . [Jones’s] stories will touch chords of empathy and recognition in all readers.” (Jonathan Yardley, Washington Post)
“Jones writes knowingly. . . . His insightful portraits . . . make this a poignant and promising first effort.” (Publishers Weekly)
“Edward P. Jones has a commanding voice. His collection of stories is arresting.” (Terry McMillan, author of Waiting to Exhale)
“[A] powerful…generous…collection.” (USA Today)
“Although these experiences will be unfamiliar to many readers, Jones instills humanity in his characters and stories.” (Library Journal)
“Poignant. . . . Gripping. . . . [Jones] has a careful ear for dialogue.” (Washington Times)
Set in the nation's capital, a collection of stories about African Americans living in Washington, D.C.
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