Books by Dean Burgess

AN UNCLEAN ACT by Dean Burgess
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 2001

"Not entirely successful in its exchanges between narrators but, still, an instructive story of America's own links to religious intolerance that's robustly and eloquently imagined."
A debut by Burgess—whose own ancestors are the main characters—is set in the 17th century: it not only tells the spicy tale of probably the first recorded divorce in the American colonies but chronicles the increasing animosity of Puritans toward those professing other beliefs. Read full book review >