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After Tragedy, Lost Live On In 'Maid's Version' Of The Story

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Daniel Woodrell's novel Winter's Bone -- a dark family saga set in the Ozarks — was adapted into a film in 2010. Woodrell returned to his hometown of West Plains, Mo., about 20 years ago and has been writing there ever since. Alexander Klein/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Winter's Bone' Author Revisits A Tragedy In His Ozarks Hometown

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