January 22, 2011 10:15 PM

Book review | ‘Miss Me When I’m Gone’ a haunting song for lost souls

Last year’s motion picture adaptation of Daniel Woodrell’s novel “Winter’s Bone” brought international attention to the Missouri Ozarks. In his first novel, “Miss Me When I’m Gone,” Kansas Citian Philip Stephens gives a deeper look into middle Missouri’s strange and sometimes unsettling world.

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