Griffin discovers that we rarely know anyone, even those closest to us. And he now finds that he must also face the two things he most fears: memories of his parents and his own relationship with his now-vanished son.
©1993 James Sallis; (P)2008 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
"There is danger, violence, suspense; there are characters so vivid as to be documentaries in miniature and milieus as perceived by all the senses...The reader has to hope the remarkable biography of Lew Griffin will continue." (Los Angeles Times)
"Offers plentiful satisfaction....rich characterization, captivating rhythms and lyrical voice." (Publishers Weekly)
"Another walk on Louisiana's wild side...even stronger than The Long-Legged Fly." (Kirkus Reviews)
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