The title of Joy Williams’ latest short story collection ― Ninety-Nine Stories of God ― is not just a pretty phrase. It is, like Williams’ wri...
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The book tells the story of how her immigrant Jewish grandfather, a man whom she adored and who played a large role in her upbringing, came to murder his own child, a teenager named Sally, in 1937. The event would be deemed a mercy killing.
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