"Amiable in Alaska and slightly left of center, projecting the warmth of a well-made campfire."
A popular essayist in Haines, Ala., follows her prior excursion (If You Lived Here, I'd Know Your Name, 2005) with a report on, among other relevant matters, what it's like to be hit by a truck.
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