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Let me be Frank with you : a Frank Bascombe book —Ford, Richard, 1944- author.
Book
2014
18 available of 21 items

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Frank Bascombe travels to the site of his former home on the shore, visits his ex-wife, who is suffering with Parkinson's, and meets a dying former friend.

Sorry for your trouble : stories —Ford, Richard, 1944- author.
Book
2020
1 available of 15 items

In this new collection of short stories, Pulitzer Prize winning author Richard Ford enacts a stunning meditation on memory, love and loss.

Let me be frank with you : a Frank Bascombe book —Ford, Richard, 1944- author.
Large Print
2014
5 available of 6 items

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Frank Bascombe travels to the site of his former home on the shore, visits his ex-wife, who is suffering with Parkinson's, and meets a dying former friend.

Between them : remembering my parents —Ford, Richard, 1944- author.
Book
2017
7 available of 7 items

A stirring narrative of memory and parental love, Richard Ford tells of his mother, Edna, a feisty Catholic girl with a difficult past, and his father, Parker, a sweet-natured soft-spoken traveling salesman, both born at...

The sportswriter —Ford, Richard, 1944- author.
Book
1995
1 available of 1 items

Wildlife —Ford, Richard, 1944- author.
Book
1990
3 available of 3 items

A sixteen-year-old boy faces adulthood in a small Montana town, observing love, marriage, adultery, the working life, and unemployment.

Between them remembering my parents —Ford, Richard, 1944- author.
Book On CD
2017
1 available of 1 items

From Pulitzer Prize winner and New York Times-bestselling author Richard Ford, a memoir in two parts on the lives of his parents-a stirring meditation on memory, connection, and love, asking how people can better underst...

Sorry for your trouble stories —Ford, Richard, 1944- author.
Large Print
2020
0 available of 2 items

A woman and man, parted a quarter of a century, reunite in a bar in New Orleans as the St. Patrick's Day parade goes by. A divorced suburban dad helps his daughter pick out a card for her friend who's moving away. A grou...

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