The Long Home

The Long Home

Book - 1999
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Nathan Winer, a Tennessee carpenter whose father was murdered, learns first-hand of the evil that is lurking in his small backwoods town

Blackwell North Amer
He lay on a tabled shelf of limestone and watched the slow, majestic roll of the fall constellations. He realized with something akin to regret that he had no names to affix to them though he'd known them all his life. The stars looked bright and close and earlier an orange harvest moon had cradled up out of the pines so huge he felt he could reach up and touch it. By its light the Mormon Springs branch was frozen motionless and it gleamed like silver, the woods deep and still. It seemed strange to lie here and listen to the sounds of the jukebox filtered up out of the darkness, windbrought and maudlin plaints, but no less real for being maudlin.

Publisher: Denver : MacMurray & Beck, c1999
ISBN: 9781878448910
1878448919
Branch Call Number: FICTION GAY
Characteristics: 257 p. ; 24 cm

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