The Drownt Boy - An Ozark Tale

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Author: Art Homer
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Hard Cover

1994 First Edition
Publisher -
University of Missouri Press, Columbia and London.
Cover is hard bound with dark green binding.  Excellent condition.
Dust Jacket is present.  Glossy finish.  Jacket Photograph by Douglas Freeman.  Excellent condition.
End Papers are intact.  Small decorative design on 1st front flyleaf.
Preliminaries - Dedication, Contents.
Main Text Body - 155 Pages.
End Matters -
Edges are even and unworn.
Spine is tight with no gutter damage.  Gilt lettering.
Page Structure is sound with no missing pages.

In this beautifully written true tale, Homer returns to the Missouri Ozarks with his stepson, Reese, for a three-day canoe trip down the recently flooded Current River.  As rain threatens to erupt again and the two prepare for their uncertain trip down the swollen river, a man in a straw hat pulls up to them on the gravel bar.  "Did they find that drownt boy yet?" he calls.  So begins an extraordinary trip down a dangerous river, toward unforeseen adventures and into the swirling recesses of memory.

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