Violence: A Novel
In this shattering novel, a man walks into a convenience store--which turns out to be precisely the wrong place at the wrong time. The near-death and seemingly arbitrary survival of Charles Connally are rendered with a realism, horror, and compassion that explore the strands of brutality running invisibly through his life, his wife's--and perhaps, that of the entire nation.
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Bausch , R. (1992). Violence: A Novel. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin/Seymour Lawrence.