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Author: Ron MacLean

Ron MacLean is author of the novels HEADLONG and Blue Winnetka Skies, and the story collections Why the Long Face? and WE MIGHT AS WELL LIGHT SOMETHING ON FIRE. His short fiction has appeared widely in magazines including GQ, Narrative, and Fiction International. MacLean is a recipient of the Frederick Exley Award for Short Fiction and a multiple Pushcart Prize nominee. He holds a Doctor of Arts from the University at Albany, SUNY, and teaches at Grub Street in Boston.

Headlong
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30 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $18.00 11/15/2018

Headlong

Mastodon Publishing

Fiction. Drama. Winner of an Indie Book Award for Best Mystery. It's a hot Boston summer, and Nick Young, a washed-up journalist back in town to care for his dying father, is feeling the heat. A major labor strike has everyone taking sides, and a wa...

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We Might As Well Light Something on Fire
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19 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $18.95 6/4/2019

We Might As Well Light Something on Fire

Braddock Avenue Books

Fiction. There are stories and then there are Ron MacLean stories—the ones that seem almost impossible to believe, the ones that dig deep into layers of truth, the ones you simply can't get out of your head. In prose that crackles like high-tension ...

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