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A Montanan in Cairo: ‘Evel Knievel Days’ Is a Heartfelt, Fun Piece of Fiction

Khosi Saqr Clark, the narrator of Pauls Toutonghi’s funny and winsome second novel, Evel Knievel Days, isn’t a typical native of Butte. Sure, he loves Montana and enjoys the annual Evel Knievel Days spectacle, complete with its “American Motordome Wall of Death,” but his neurotic nature (“the obsessive-compulsive’s worst fear: the world infinitesimally askew”) and […]