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The Eastern shore / Ward Just.

Just, Ward S., author. (Author).
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  • 13 of 14 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Brownstown Public Library - Brownstown FIC JUST (Text) 79361000100117 Adult Fiction Available -
Culver-Union Township Public Library - Culver FIC JUS EAS (Text) 34304000841164 Adult - Fiction Available -
Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Branch FIC JUST, WARD (Text) 33946003136939 New Books . 2nd Floor Available -
Jefferson County Public Library - Madison FICTION JUST (Text) 39391006778185 Fiction Available -
Jennings County Public Library - North Vernon FIC JUS (Text) 30653001403591 New Adult Fic Available -
LaGrange County Public Library - LaGrange F JUS (Text) 30477100991995 Adult: New Available -
Melton Public Library - Melton FIC JUS (Text) 79591000088289 Adult-Fiction Available -
Mooresville Public Library - Mooresville FIC JUS (Text) 37323005287100 NEW-BKS Available -
Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library FIC Just (Text) 31208912490408 new fiction Available -
Rochester Library FIC JUS (Text) 33187004095127 Fiction (adult) - R Checked out 12/22/2016
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780544836587
  • ISBN: 0544836588
  • Physical Description: 200 pages ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2016.

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General Note: Author born in Michigan City, Indiana.
Summary, etc.: "Ned Ayres, the son of a judge in an Indiana town in midcentury America, has never wanted anything but a newspaper career--in his father's appalled view, a "junk business," a way of avoiding responsibility. The defining moment comes early, when Ned is city editor of his hometown paper. One of his beat reporters fields a tip: William Grant, the town haberdasher, married to the bank president's daughter and father of two children, once served six years in Joliet. The story runs--Ned offers no resistance to his publisher's argument that the public has a right to know. The consequences, swift and shocking, haunt him throughout a long career, as he moves first to Chicago, where he engages in a spirited love affair that cannot, in the end, compete with the pull of the newsroom--"never lonely, especially when it was empty"--And the "subtle beauty" of the front page. Finally, as the editor of a major newspaper in post-Kennedy-era Washington, DC, Ned has reason to return to the question of privacy and its many violations"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Newspaper editors > Fiction.
Life change events > Fiction.
Authors > Indiana.

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