Books by Jennifer Clement

GUN LOVE by Jennifer Clement
Released: March 6, 2018

"Clement's quiet tragedy is moving, unsettling, and filled with characters who will haunt you long after the story ends."
A young girl survives the unpredictable wilds of Florida, searching for a home after the untimely loss of her mother. Read full book review >
WIDOW BASQUIAT by Jennifer Clement
Released: Nov. 4, 2014

"A disturbing and poetic biography of a talented but massively flawed artist."
A provocative account of the passionate but stormy relationship between a Canadian runaway named Suzanne Mallouk and acclaimed New York artist Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988). Read full book review >
PRAYERS FOR THE STOLEN by Jennifer Clement
Released: Feb. 11, 2014

"A stark portrait of women abused or abandoned by every side in an awful conflict."
A young girl struggles to survive under the desolate but terrifying umbrella of the Mexican drug wars. Read full book review >
A TRUE STORY BASED ON LIES by Jennifer Clement
Released: July 31, 2002

"Severely overdone: A True Story . . . ends up seeming little different from cheap romance with a highfalutin' narration."
An overwrought and overwritten account of a doomed Mexican household, by poet, biographer, and novelist Clement (Widow Basquiat, not reviewed). Read full book review >