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Highway 61, Revisited

Many months ago I wrote a review of Vidar Sundstøl’s Land of Dreams, the first volume in his Minnesota Trilogy.  In it, a vacationing Norwegian tourist is found bludgeoned to death on Highway 61 along the northern shore of Lake … Continue reading

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James Does Jane

There weren’t many books in my home when I was a youngster.  Mom believed that books attracted dust, cost money, and most importantly, could be had for free at the public library. From the moment that I left home for … Continue reading

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Out on Highway 61

Well Abe said “Where do you want this killin’ done?” God said, “Out on Highway 61.” I’ve never been one to try to make much sense out of Bob Dylan’s lyrics.  I’ve enjoyed the pinwheeling imagery, or occasionally delighted to … Continue reading

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