7 edition of Sudden Rain found in the catalog.
August 1, 2006
|Contributions||Margot Livesey (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||448|
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Maritta Wolff, Sudden Rain A sweeping novel portraying s Los Angeles, when anyone fashionable smoked cigarettes and was filing for a divorce. Wolff burst onto the literary scene at 22 years old with her first novel Whistle Stop, which Sinclair Lewis championed as “the most important novel of the year.”She moved to Los Angeles in the s where she wrote five Author: Liska Jacobs.
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Sudden rain by Maritta Wolff; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Couples, Social life and customs, Nineteen seventies, Fiction. Maritta Wolff’s last novel — written in — arrives with a whopper of a backstory. Frustrated by her publisher’s demands, she took back her…Author: Nicholas Fonseca.
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Its reclusive author, Maritta Wolff, rose to early fame after publishing her first novel in at age 22 and then writing several bestsellers. SUDDEN RAIN. by Maritta Wolff. Age Range: - BUY NOW FROM.
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