THE HILL OF LIES by Heinrich Mann

THE HILL OF LIES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Wasted effort, this introduction of Thomas Mann's brother to an American public in a book that has few if any redeeming characteristics. A story of a North German peasant who fumbles her way through life and love, a sordid story, twisted awry by several psychopathic degenerates. There is, furthermore, no reality in the manner of telling, which is oblique, obscure and difficult reading. Omit.

Publisher: Dutton