When a car crash takes a life, to whom does the tragedy really happena-the wife who dies? The husband who was driving? Or the six-year-old son sitting in the backseat? Author George Harrar explores this provocative question in his debut novel, set in the arts colony of New Hope, Pennsylvania, on the Delware River. The book begins 10 years after the accident when Jake Paine, now 16, comes home after almost a year as a runaway. His return sparks painful memories in his father, a man verging on a nervous breakdown. Jakeas appearance also ignites old fears among townspeople about a boy who dances on the edge of craziness.Outside the garages there was alineup of carsthat people had dropped off for next morninga#39;s repair. That meant the wooden ... The first envelope I pulled out had aSaab, 1989, AE4a379.a I tossed it back ... ThenIpulled out the keys to a a Silver Toyota Camry, 1992, a which Ifigured was probably pretty peppy. So with the licenseanbsp;...
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