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An Empire State
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Marble on a Table: A Novel
by Eugene Havens
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“Marble on a Table: A Novel”
Eugene Havens proves himself a master of cosmopolitan microsociology. He encapsulates the zeitgeist of New York City in the mid-1990s.
Rasmus and Alli’s relationship is expertly crafted. The dialogue between them rings true, and you’ll swear you are eavesdropping.
Marble on a Table keeps the reader guessing in the best possible way. Havens takes ambitious risks with this work and it pays off.
Eugene Havens moves to the country. Does he find peace and tranquility or unexpected disaster?