#1592 – Helen Klein Ross

January 15, 2019 00:25:24
#1592 – Helen Klein Ross
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#1592 – Helen Klein Ross
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Helen Klein Ross is a poet and novelist whose new novel, “The Latecomers,” tells the story of an Irish immigrant, an ancestral home in New England and the dark secrets hidden in its walls for generations. Interweaving timelines span an American century, from 1899 to present day.

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