MORRIS, Jim
(1940-)
   US writer whose The Sheriff of Purgatory (1979; rev vt Spurlock: Sheriff of Purgatory 1987) describes, with moments of sharpness, a conflict between the sheriff and the Mafia, after the HOLOCAUST, in the eponymous Arkansas county. The action soon moves to a devastated New York City.
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   Other works: Breeder (1988).

Science Fiction and Fantasy Encyclopedia. . 2011.

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