Featuring: Vince Camden
Add to Wish List
Mystery | Thriller Political
It's the fall of 1980, eight days before a presidential
election that pits the downtrodden Jimmy Carter against the
suspiciously sunny Ronald Reagan ("Are you better off than
you were four years ago?"). In a quiet house in Spokane,
Washington, Vince Camden wakes up at 1:59 a.m., pockets his
weekly stash of stolen credit cards, and drops in on an
all-night poker game with his low-life friends on his way to
his witness-protection job dusting crullers at Donut Make
You Hungry. This is the sum of Vince's new life: donuts,
forged credit cards, marijuana smuggled in jars of volcanic
ash, and a neurotic hooker girlfriend who dreams of being a
real estate agent.
But when a familiar face shows up in town, Vince realizes
that no matter how far you think you've run from your past .
. . it's always close behind you. Over the course of the
next unforgettable week, on the run from Spokane to New
York's Lower East Side, Vince Camden will negotiate a maze
of obsessive cops, eager politicians, and emerging mobsters,
only to find that redemption might just exist in -- of all
places -- a voting booth.
No comments posted.
Registered users may leave comments.
Log in or register now!