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Review of ‘Good Faith’

Joe Stratford inspires trust, even if he is a real estate agent.

As the narrator of Jane Smiley's new satirical novel about greed, sex and real estate in the heady 1980s, Joe treats the reader like a friend. Only later do we learn he's never had many of those not best friends, anyway.

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