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The Deadwood Beetle

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2012

    Marvelous!

    I just ran across this treasure which I read ten years ago and cant believe no one has wriyten a review of it yet! Beautifully written... a fascinating mystery...delicate prose,,,impossible to put down nor forget.

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  • Posted November 11, 2008

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    A Great Read!

    I had the pleasure of reading this novel for a class. Dressler met with my class and discussed her novel with us. She was very open to our interpretations of her work. She is a very invigorating woman and she was very engaging. Aside from her personality, Dressler's book is a fascinating look into humanity and how we perceive our relationships. I recommend this book for a rainy day or anyone interested in family dynamic and how humans interact with one another.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2005

    Even more relevant today

    I loved this book! I was fascinated by the contrast between the despair and guilt being shouldered by Tristen, whose family were Nazis during World War II, and the utter disdain for this brooding by his son, who had done a 180 and gone to Texas to join the gun-toting, intolerant religious right. Rebellion by succeeding generations is okay to a point, but this novel makes it clear we should learn from the past, or 'when the jews are gone, we will be the next ones,' will not just be a saying the main character finds scratched on a desk, but our future.

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