»Over time, Death of the Black-Haired Girl will probably rank on a tier below the mastery of Stone’s classics — Dog Soldiers, A Hall of Mirrors and Outerbridge Reach. But it is still a trenchant, engaging read from a literary giant who, at 76, is once again operating near the top of his considerable skills.«

Larry Lebowitz

The death of a college student who was carrying on with her advisor is loaded with moral issues and questions. Larry Lebowitz about the novel Death of the Black-Haired Girl by Robert Stone. His review at the Miami Herald.

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