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Mary Coin

by Marisa Silver

Thorndike Press | August 28, 2013 | Hardcover

Mary Coin is rated 4 out of 5 by 1.
A New York Times Bestseller In 1936, a young mother resting by the side of the road in Central California is photographed by a woman documenting the migrant laborers' search for work, producing the most iconic image of the Great Depression. In luminous, exquisitely rendered prose, Marisa Silver creates an extraordinary tale of three vibrant characters from a moment captured in history, and reminds us that it only scratched the surface of a life.

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 448 pages, 8.6 × 5.7 × 1 in

Published: August 28, 2013

Publisher: Thorndike Press

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1410460282

ISBN - 13: 9781410460288

Found in: Fiction and Literature

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Mary Coin

Mary Coin

by Marisa Silver

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 448 pages, 8.6 × 5.7 × 1 in

Published: August 28, 2013

Publisher: Thorndike Press

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1410460282

ISBN - 13: 9781410460288

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A New York Times Bestseller In 1936, a young mother resting by the side of the road in Central California is photographed by a woman documenting the migrant laborers' search for work, producing the most iconic image of the Great Depression. In luminous, exquisitely rendered prose, Marisa Silver creates an extraordinary tale of three vibrant characters from a moment captured in history, and reminds us that it only scratched the surface of a life.

About the Author

Marisa Silver made her fictional debut in "The New Yorker". She has previously worked as a feature film director & lives in Los Angeles.