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Ron Rash's sensational Appalachian tale 

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Serena: A Novel By Ron Rash Ecco Books (HarperCollins), 384 pp. In the late 1920s, before George Pemberton's Boston Lumber Company constructed its western North Carolina logging camp—the setting for Ron Rash's haunting fourth novel, Serena—it set aside a portion of its…

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