World's End

World’s End (first published by William Morrow) is about love, corruption, and retribution in New Orleans before hurricane Katrina swept much of that world away. Nostalgically bittersweet, intricately plotted, it works on several levels -- as a family saga, a political thriller, and a kind of generational noir. A compelling literary experience, and a complement to the author's novel The Big Easy. More

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About James Conaway

James Conaway is the author nine books of non-fiction, including Napa and The Far Side of Eden, both about the California wine world. He has also published three novels, including, most recently, Nose, (St. Martin’s Press). He has written for many magazines, including Harper’s, Smithsonian, Outside, Gourmet, the Atlantic Monthly, Gourmet, Food and Wine and National Geographic Traveler. His blog is cjonwine.blogspot.com.

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