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Brady Udall, author of the highly praised "Letting Loose the Hounds", teaches at Franklin & Marshall College in Pennsylvania. (Publisher Provided) Brady Udall grew up in a large Mormon family in Arizona, where he worked on his grandfather's farm. He graduated from Brigham Young University and later attended the Iowa Writers' Workshop. He was formerly a faculty member of Franklin & Marshall College, then Southern Illinois University, and currently teaches writing at Boise State University, and resides in Boise. (Bowker Author Biography)
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The Lonely Polygamist 1,341 copies, 103 reviews
Letting Loose the Hounds 157 copies, 6 reviews
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