Cold Spring Harbor (novel)

Cold Spring Harbor (novel)
1st edition (publ. Delacorte Press)

Cold Spring Harbour (1986) is a novel by American writer Richard Yates. It was his last published novel before his death, and is one of his most highly regarded.[citation needed]

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