Fiction. Alice, a writer of comic prose, is an elderly widow with no heirs who had kept her wealth a private matter. A HAIRPIECE NAMED DENIAL explores her unique plan to give away seven million dollars. Set in a small town on the Great Plains in the 1980s, the story captures Alice's offbeat humor as she interacts with a young man who holds a BA in Philosophy and wears an Elvis-pompadour hairpiece. A HAIRPIECE NAMED DENIAL, the debut novel by S. Sal Hanna, is a comic work that harbors serious insights into the human condition.
S. Sal Hanna has published two books with university presses—Beyond Winning (The University Press of Colorado) and The Gypsy Scholar (Iowa State University Press). Besides writing, Hanna has created large abstract sculptures of metal, stone, or wood.Author City: BEAVER FALLS, PA USA