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Keith Donohue

Originally posted May 2006

The Stolen Child

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At age seven, a boy named Henry disappears, kidnapped not far from home by a band of fairies or hobgoblins, who send a lookalike impostor to replace him, in Keith Donohue's debut novel called "The Stolen Child." Donohue maintains a modern-day myth that recalls fairy tales going back hundreds of generations.




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Keith Donohue's first novel, The Stolen Child, was a New York Times bestseller. For many years a ghostwriter, he now works at a federal governmental agency in Washington, D.C. He has published short stories and literary criticism, most recently an introduction to the collected works of Flann O'Brien. Donohue holds a Ph.D. in English from the Catholic University of America.

Find Keith Donohue on the web: www.keithdonohue.com

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