Coyote reviewed by Kirkus Reviews

Coyote-Colin-Winnette-cover-thumbKirkus Reviews investigates the “considerable sting” of Colin Winnette’s Coyote, noting:

The opening sentence of Winnette’s short novel reveals the general shape of what’s to come: “We were on the porch most of the night before she vanished.” The novel’s narrator never reveals her name, and she refers to her daughter’s father as “her Dad” throughout. From this, two things can be gleaned: The narrator is fond of precision and she isn’t in the habit of divulging any information that doesn’t absolutely need to be divulged.

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