7 edition of An Inextricable Tale found in the catalog.
The action is seen through the main character Saul Shields, who finds himself living with a Mormon family in a fictitious North Carolina town as a means of serving his probation after being caught stealing from his employer.
Coarse language with scenes depicting sexual violence and drug abuse.
|Genre||Religious Fiction, Metaphysics|
|Contributions||M.A., D. Barrett, L. Collins, A. Dailey, D. Elliot, N. Moloney|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||BL175.A442005|
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