Books by John Biguenet

OYSTER by John Biguenet
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 7, 2002

"The melodramatics may be a bit too rich for some palates, but it's crammed with colorful characters and fascinating local detail, and ought to make un grand movie."
Louisiana's oyster-rich Gulf Coast area during the late 1950s provides the vivid setting for this thickly plotted tale of murder, revenge, and other steamy passions, from the former New Orleans Review editor and author of last year's debut collection The Torturer's Apprentice. Read full book review >
THE TORTURER’S APPRENTICE by John Biguenet
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 1, 2001

"An intellectually ambitious if uneven introduction to a talent worth watching."
While running the gamut from realism to fabulism to parable, the 14 stories in Biguenet's debut collection share a profound concern: the issue of what constitutes moral behavior. Read full book review >