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Dead Relatives in The Prayer Room

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy Posted: Nov 05, 2009

Editor's Note: Imagine a tidy suburban world where an English gentleman and his Indian wife raise their triplets in relative peace and quiet. Now imagine the Indian wife talking to portraits of dead relatives. Wickedly funny and darkly observant, The Prayer Room is the debut novel from Shanthi Sekaran.

Shanthi has a number of upcoming readings in the bay area. Click here for details.



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