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Crooked letter, crooked letter / Tom Franklin.

Franklin, Tom. (Author).
Book Book (c2010.)
Description: 274 p. ; 24 cm.
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, c2010.
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  • ISBN: 0060594667
  • ISBN: 9780060594664
  • Edition: 1st ed.
Summary: In the late 1970s, Larry Ott and Silas "32" Jones were boyhood pals. Their worlds were as different as night and day: Larry, the child of lower-middle-class white parents, and Silas, the son of a poor, single black mother. Yet for a few months the boys stepped outside of their circumstances and shared a special bond. But then tragedy struck: Larry took a girl on a date to a drive-in movie, and she was never heard from again. She was never found and Larry never confessed, but all eyes rested on him as the culprit. The incident shook the county-and perhaps Silas most of all. His friendship with Larry was broken, and then Silas left town. More than twenty years have passed. Larry, a mechanic, lives a solitary existence, never able to rise above the whispers of suspicion. Silas has returned as a constable. He and Larry have no reason to cross paths until another girl disappears and Larry is blamed again. And now the two men who once called each other friend are forced to confront the past they've buried and ignored for decades.
Citation: Franklin, Tom. "Crooked letter, crooked letter." New York : William Morrow, 2010.
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