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Happiness Is A Chemical in the Brain

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Perillo, Lucia Maria (Book - 2012 )
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Happiness Is A Chemical in the Brain
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A collection of short stories that take place in the Pacific Northwest includes odd characters like an addict who becomes obsessed with vacuum cleaners and a suburban housewife who commits armed robberies.
Authors: Perillo, Lucia Maria, 1958-
Title: Happiness is a chemical in the brain
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Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton & Co., c2012
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 211 p. ;,22 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Lucia Perillo
Contents: Bad boy number seventeen
Big-dot day
Doctor Vicks
Report from the trenches
A ghost story
Cavalcade of the old west
House of grass
Ashes
The water cycle
Saint Jude in Persia
Anyone else but me
Happiness is a chemical in the brain
Slash
Late in the realm
Summary: A collection of short stories that take place in the Pacific Northwest includes odd characters like an addict who becomes obsessed with vacuum cleaners and a suburban housewife who commits armed robberies.
ISBN: 0393083535
9780393083538
Branch Call Number: FICTION PERILLO 2012
Subject Headings: City and town life Fiction Northwest, Pacific Fiction
Genre/Form: Short stories
Topical Term: Authors, American
City and town life
LCCN: 2012001613
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A collection of short stories that take place in the Pacific Northwest includes odd characters like an addict who becomes obsessed with vacuum cleaners and a suburban housewife who commits armed robberies.

"Emotionally unflinching stories of considerable power, wonder and humor." -Kirkus


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