As a child Frank Kohler learned of his motheras brutal murder. Now, years later, he yearns for some affirmation that remains elusive. As a state trooper on the night shift, Russell Boyd cruises the highways of Vermont constantly reminded of the true depths of human misery. The lives of these two men will intersect only tangentially, until fate catches up with them. From the Trade Paperback edition.Zofia stopped in front of bins of coffee, and then filled up a small bag and said, a Do you like the Colombian? ... Then he saw the man from up north talking to a kid , about twenty, who also had a homemade tattoo on his forearm, a messed-upanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Vintage - 2005-07-12|