'Imagine a young man on his way to a less-than-thirty-second event - the loss of his left hand, long before he reached middle age.' While reporting a story from India, a New York television journalist has his left hand eaten by a lion; millions of TV viewers witness the accident. In Boston, a renowned hand surgeon awaits the opportunity to perform the nation's first hand transplant. A married woman in Wisconsin wants to give the one-handed reporter her husband's left hand, that is, after her husband dies. But the husband is alive, relatively young, and healthy...The unhappy, drunken man could scarcely remember what had started him crying in the cold, parked beer truck. ... (a#39;Ia#39;ll be in the beer truck a you cana#39;t miss it .a#39;) Otto stretched to reach the glove compartment, where he had put his cell phone a carefully, so as not to disturb the beer coasters and stickers, which he alsoanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Fourth Hand|
|Publisher||:||Random House - 2012-05-10|