Books by Joanne Proulx

WE ALL LOVE THE BEAUTIFUL GIRLS by Joanne Proulx
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 28, 2018

"No one in this world of selfishness, vengefulness, and obsession seems aware what kind of collateral damage their bad choices—whether misguided or malevolent—will have on others."
Proulx's (Anthem of a Reluctant Prophet, 2008) dark second novel begins during a frigid Canadian winter that sets the mood for all that follows as the members of a family facing crises on several fronts cope by isolating themselves from each other and behaving recklessly. Read full book review >
ANTHEM OF A RELUCTANT PROPHET by Joanne Proulx
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 1, 2008

"A debut novel that's sharp, edgy and slightly skewed—all qualities Luke consummately embodies."
Wise-ass narrator Luke Hunter is given to premonitions about death—some true, some false—and eventually has what he might call a spiritual-like epiphany. Read full book review >