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'Red Sky In Morning' Mixes Forceful Language And Powerful Story

Monday, November 04, 2013

Alan Cheuse reviews Dublin journalist Paul Lynch's first novel, Red Sky in Morning, which is set in 19th century Ireland. The book tells the story and aftermath of a murder committed by a rage-filled farmer against the landlord who evicts him. Cheuse says Lynch's forceful language makes the story's violence palpable.

Source: NPR

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