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No Country for Old Men

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McCarthy revisits the border for the first time since 1998, when he published Cities of the Plain. Llewelyn Moss is stalking antelope when he runs across dead bodies, a stash of heroin, and lots of cash. He walks off with the cash, which leads to trouble; he should have stuck with the antelope. -Library Journal

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