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Blood Etc by Gee Williams
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Blood Etc (edition 2008)

by Gee Williams

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A short-story collection with varied settings, and voices set mainly in north-east Wales. The major themes are power balance and the reality of life. It includes small workplace settings and politics that are representative of contemporary Wales - small businesses, run-down industrial estates, and more. First published in 2008.… (more)
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Title:Blood Etc
Authors:Gee Williams
Info:Parthian Books (2008), Paperback, 230 pages
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A short-story collection with varied settings, and voices set mainly in north-east Wales. The major themes are power balance and the reality of life. It includes small workplace settings and politics that are representative of contemporary Wales - small businesses, run-down industrial estates, and more. First published in 2008.

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