- Author:Kim Wozencraft
- Publisher:Hutchinson; First Edition edition (1994)
- Pages:205 pages
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Start by marking Notes from the Country Club as Want to Read . KIM WOZENCRAFT is the author of five novels, including the internationally best-selling Rush, which was adapted into a major motion picture starring Jennifer Jason Leigh.
Start by marking Notes from the Country Club as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Her work has appeared in The Best American Essays, Texas Monthly, the Los Angeles Times, and numerous literary magazines and anthologies.
Wozencraft, Kim. Publication date. No ToC. Only odd numbered pages marked. Boston : Houghton Mifflin. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Sanderia on April 2, 2010.
Kim Wozencraft follows her gritty portrayal of drug addiction in Rush with a compelling, poignant narrative dealing with another kind of fractured dream. By slow degrees, this novel picks apart the broken promises, blows and threats that led a battered woman to kill her husband.
Kim Wozencraft is an American author. Her novel, Notes From the Country Club, grew out of time served in federal prison. She is best known as the author of the novel Rush, which was subsequently adapted into a 1991 feature film directed by Lili Fini Zanuck and starring Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jason Patric, Gregg Allman and Sam Elliott.
Wozencraft took her Master of Fine Arts degree at Columbia University.
Her first novel, Rush, is based on her experiences working as an undercover narcotics agent in Texas soon after President Richard Nixon declared the War on Drugs. rnHer novel, Notes From the Country Club, grew out of time served in federal prison. Wozencraft took her Master of Fine Arts degree at Columbia University.
Soon after marrying a handsome airline pilot, Cynthia Mitchell falls victim to his true persona in a series of brutal, surprise attacks. The acclaimed author of the New York Times bestseller Rush delivers an explosive, high tension dynamo of a novel that unveils the terror of family violence.