Coach House Books
You won't find Toronto novelist Cordelia Strube's latest fiction listed in the glossy catalogues published by the big houses, or ascending the best-seller lists. Yet she's Canada's best bet to succeed Alice Munro.
Lemonis Cordelia Strube's eighth novel and the follow-up to Planet Reese. Strube carries on with the same mordant, Gen-X subjects for which she's renowned: cancer, family dysfunction, environmental degradation, angry loners, violence and the underemployed.
Just like Munro's Lives of Girls and Women and J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye, a …