Anne Beattie

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Ben’s life falls down around him, and he’s the protagonist, in   A Wonderful Stroke of Luck  , by master writer Ann Beattie.

Ann Beattie: A Wonderful Stroke of Luck

Ben’s life falls down around him, and he’s the protagonist, in  A Wonderful Stroke of Luck , by master writer Ann Beattie.

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