Quiet streets of Winslow : a novel
When the murdered body of a young woman is found in a river wash in Black Canyon City, Arizona, Deputy Sheriff Sam Rush begins an investigation that leads deeper and deeper into the mystery of her death and the psychological mystery of identity. Nate Aspenall, with whom the young woman had been involved, is forced to confront the facts of her life and his own and what he may have become with her. Sam Rush confronts the degree to which he is hindered by his assumptions about the Aspenall family and by the knowledge of his own isolation. And Travis Aspenall, Nate’s fourteen-year-old stepbrother, must come to grips with what love and sex do to people, what choices they make when threatened with loss and how to figure out what you’re left with when what you thought you knew and trusted has been thrown into question.
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