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In My Father's Name: A Family, a Town, a Murder

Arax, Mark

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ISBN 10: 0684808455 / ISBN 13: 9780684808451
Published by Simon & Schuster, New York, 1996
Condition: Good Hardcover
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25 cm, 399 pages. Illus., some pages dinged, black mark on bottom edge, DJ torn and chipped. Signed by the author. The author was an award-winning journalist with the Los Angeles Times. Bookseller Inventory # 32473

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Title: In My Father's Name: A Family, a Town, a ...

Publisher: Simon & Schuster, New York

Publication Date: 1996

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

Dust Jacket Condition: poor

Edition: First Printing.

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A "Los Angeles Times" reporter recounts his twenty-two-year search for the truth behind his father's murder, an event that devastated his childhood and eventually revealed startling truths

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When Mark Arax was 15, his father, a Fresno, California, bar owner, was killed by two gunmen in what appeared to be "a hit." Arax became a journalist in order to acquire the skills he needed, and then 20 years later returned to Fresno to ferret out the truth about his father's murder. His book is a detailed and absorbing account of multiple generations of his Armenian family and of his quest to come to terms not only with his father's death and life, but also with his own obsession with the case. As the Los Angeles Times writes, "Almost every American town harbors some brutal secret, but few produce writers like Mark Arax with both the courage and artistic talent needed to coax the story out and shape it into fine literature. Of course, Arax had an extra incentive: the footsteps he followed ran straight through his own family, straight through his own heart."

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