Novelist Dexter Back on Track with 'Train'

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Pete Dexter, author of the award-winning Paris Trout, has published his first novel in eight years. It's called Train, and it tells the story of a black caddy, a white cop and a wealthy widow in 1950s Los Angeles.

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