9781590203293

Point Dume

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  • ISBN13:

    9781590203293

  • ISBN10:

    1590203291

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2010-05-27
  • Publisher: Overlook Pr
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Summary

Katie Arnoldi¹s critically acclaimed debut novel Chemical Pinklaunched her onto the bestseller lists and so established itself into the public¹s consciousness that its title was the answer to a Double Jeopardy question. Two years ago Overlook published her sophomore effort, The Wentworths, a searing portrait of a wealthy Westside, Los Angeles, family. This too was a fixture on bestseller lists and earned her a wider audience. With Point Dumeshe has produced her most remarkable novel to date‹bringing to life subjects she knows well‹the death of surf culture, human trafficking, the Mexican drug cartel, illegal pot farms on public lands, environmental devastation, and obsessive love. A fast moving page- turner, with insights that Arnoldi has gleaned from years of on-the-ground research, this is a timely novel that seems timeless.

Author Biography

Katie Arnoldi's literary debut Chemical Pink, set in the competitive world of female bodybuilding, became a surprise bestseller, winning Arnoldi praise from critics and readers alike, The Wentworths too graced the bestseller list. She lives in Venice, California with her husband, the painter Charles Arnoldi, and their two children.

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