Two years have passed since Turner's lover, Val Bjorn, was shot as they sat together on the porch of his cabin. Then the sheriff's long-lost son comes ploughing down Main Street in what appears to be a stolen car. And waiting at Turner's cabin is his good friend, Eldon Brown. Haunted by his own ghosts, Turner nonetheless goes in search of a truth he's not sure he can live with.
©2007 James Sallis (P)2013 W F Howes Ltd
"In the final novel in Sallis’ Turner trilogy Turner finds himself at the centre of a community that, like so many others, is drying up, disappearing before his eyes"
"Haunting…Sallis writes poetic rings around the subject" (New York Times)
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