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Mini review: 'The House on Salt Hay Road'

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Our mini review of "The House on Salt Hay Road" by Carin Clevidence, a novel published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Family. War. Weather. The long, golden summer light of Fire Island, N.Y. The marshes and fields of the Great South Bay. Everything built is destroyed and preserved in memory. The landscape is inseparable from the cycle of catastrophe and creation in this vivid novel. Seaweed, pitch pines, and yellow light in the kitchen window.

See more reviews by Susan Salter Reynolds in this Sunday's LA. Times.

-- Susan Salter Reynolds

Photo: Fire Island, NY. Credit: greenbk via Flickr

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