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George Becket was a confused spring break reveler when he witnessed the rape of a woman by the two well-connected Gregory boys. He did not report what he saw, not even after the traumatized victim of that savage crime committed suicide. Decades later, still reconstructing himself as a lawyer, he finds himself still pursued by what he had seen and what he had not done that day. Told in the first person, this novel of justice finally achieved manages to be a convincing character portrait even as it takes its protagonist on dangerous adventures in several locales.