L. J. Davis


L. J. Davis (1940-2011) was an author and prize-winning journalist who has contributed to The New York Times, Mother Jones, and Harper’s, among other publications.

Books
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    A Meaningful Life

    A black comedy about real estate and redemption and the pitfalls of using the one to get the other. Lowell Lake (from Idaho) thinks that he has found the cure for the quarter-life doldrums in the form of a fixer-upper in Brooklyn, but soon discovers that he has lost his livelihood, his wife, and possibly his sanity.