Keith Donohue “Centuries of June”

June 29th, 2011

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The narrator of Keith Donohue‘s new novel “Centuries of June” is lying face down in a pool of blood on the bathroom floor, after suffering some kind of head injury.

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And that’s when Jack is visited by eight women, who may or not be ghosts, may or not be from his past, but they are all from specific periods of American history, and they all have something they need to say to Jack. It’s part ghost story, part mystery, with a lot of humor thrown in, and plenty of historical and literary allusions.

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