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The Last Good Woman Paperback – August 14, 2009
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About the Author
William Luse studied fiction writing under Smith Kirkpatrick at the University of Florida. He has written for Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity, and for several online journals. He lives now in Orlando where he writes, teaches college English, and serves as assistant editor for the online literary journal, The Christendom Review.
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I found the irresolution of the narrator concerning his love interest particularly engaging. The sort of on-again/off-again torture of one who cannot commit is something most of us have experienced both in our spiritual and temporal lives. There are those huge hinge moments on which large decisions are made and the resolution was satisfying.