He saw in the rusted mirror the man he’d become, new scars and all.
His wife killed, his family shattered, a man takes to the road, wandering lost and alone - except for the comfort of a kind of woman he can’t deny. When a tryst in the shadow of Arizona’s red rocks leads to murder, the man sets out to clear his name and corner the killer, unaware that a madman is on his trail - and the trail of his estranged daughter.
The second book in the Sam series, Billboard Man follows Jim Fusilli’s drifter antihero, who once again learns there’s no place to hide on the long, dark road when so many people want him dead.
I enjoyed this book a lot, right up until it's abrupt and unsatisfying ending and despite a very irritating narrator.. In fact, it could easily be a 4 star book with a good narrator.
It has a tremendously attractive hero, a deluded and entertaining cast of misfits, and an entirely unique story line. Let's just say if he'd make a series with these characters, I'd keep listening.
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