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Jonathan Lethem

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American writer of novels, short stories and essays; 2005 MacArthur Fellow. Author of “The Feral Detective”

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In Jonathan Lethem’s latest novel, the lead character is Phoebe Siegler, a New Yorker who’s in Southern California to search for a missing friend.

In ‘The Feral Detective,’ survivalists resemble Trump voters

In Jonathan Lethem’s latest novel, the lead character is Phoebe Siegler, a New Yorker who’s in Southern California to search for a missing friend.

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