Dogwood Afternoons Author:Chapin, Kim First edition. 1085/1345 — Blurb by Larry McMurtry. — Dogwood Afternoons is a novel about memory, fate, and obsession. There are two narratives in the book: the first takes place in the present and is, for the most part, Andrew's interior monologue as he drives. The second part of the novel is his life--his memories of the small-town Southern ... more »world in which he grew up, of his Stern silent father Wylie, of the world of bootleggers and monshiners, of his women, and above all else, of his remorseless infatuation with racing cars.
Kin Chapin also wrote Tennis to Win and Billie Jean; The Beauty of Running, and Fast as White Ligntning (non-fiction).« less