Rediscover Dan Wakefield's Classics

Dan's most popular novels, now available as E-books

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“... wonderful, sad, funny, a scathing portrait of middle America through the eyes of a new fictional character” – Gay Talese

My novel of the ‘Sixties – read it while listening to Janis Joplin as the hippies and hangers-on search for a new meaning of “home”

“A precise and moving recreation of a time and a place when the world seemed small and we knew everyone in it.” – Joan Didion

“. . .killing-funny, killing-sad, fires everywhere. War is hell, maybe, but so is L.A.” – Tim O’Brien

This story of divorce is “a modern Pilgrim’s Progress ... with all our contemporary hangups, frustrations and temptations ...” - Chicago Tribune

A young boy ‘keeps watch’ over the girlfriend his big brother leaves behind when he goes off to fight in WWII.

Dan Wakefield

Dan Wakefield

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