Novel Has Deep and Twisted Center

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | March 3, 2005
After a 20-year absence, Peter Rushforth has finally given us his second novel, Pinkerton's Sister. (His first was Kindergarten. Think Hansel and Gretel meet the Holocaust.) It's set in fin-de-siecle (Alice likes French, too) New York City, and a plot summary wouldn't tell you a damn thing about it.

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