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A gripping novel full of suspense and pathos that Dennis Lehane calls an "electrifying, tomahawk missile of a thriller."
Patrick Cusimano’s father killed a boy while driving drunk. Now Patrick is working at a grubby convenience store, and he and his brother, Mike, are the town pariahs. Caro, Mike’s girlfriend, is running from her own painful past, with no idea what she’s running toward. Layla Elshere is a goth teenager who befriends Patrick for reasons he doesn’t understand and doesn’t trust. And Layla’s little sister, Verna, tortured by her classmates, finds unlikely solace with Layla’s dark tribe of outcasts.
As their fates become entwined, everyone is set down a terrifying and twisted path—leading them all toward a collision where loyalties will be betrayed, fears exposed, and lives shattered.
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Too much crazy
Reads more like a psychiatric research project. So not my type of novel that I wouldn't even finish reading. In my entire life, this is only the third book I did not complete. The characters are all sickos. Oh, and the references to a the Pittsburgh area peaked my interest because I lived near Cranberry and Evans City, as well as the city itself. Uhm. There is no Rathetsburg in Pittsburgh. Stick to the facts!