Mary Doria Russell

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Mary Doria Russell (born August 19, 1950) is an American author. Russell has become widely known for her two novels which explore one of science fiction's oldest concepts: first contact with aliens. In this framework she also explores the even older issue of how one can reconcile the idea of a benevolent deity with pain and evil in the world.


  • One minute, she was in the State of Puerto Rico and the next minute, she was in the State of Persistent Vegetables.

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