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Judith Freeman is an American novelist frequently dealing with Western and Mormon themes. She has lived with her husband, artist-photographer Anthony Hernandez, in the Rampart District of Los Angeles since 1986.
- "Family Attractions" (Short Stories) (1988)
- The Chinchilla Farm (1989)
- Set For Life (1991)
- A Desert of Pure Feeling (1996)
- Red Water (2002)
- The Long Embrace: Raymond Chandler and The Woman He Loved (2007)
- Freeman, Judith. "L.A.’s Rampart District Gave Me the Life I Wanted to Lead". Zócalo Public Square. Retrieved 21 September 2015.
- Official website
- Freeman on NPR's Fresh Air discussing The Long Embrace
- Review of Red Water at The New Yorker
- Comparison of Red Water to other novels about the Mountain Meadows Massacre at A Motley Vision
- "The Mormon Chronicles: A Meditation in Four Parts" by Judith Freeman
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