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1340MagBooks.comPaul Robertson starts his small town tale by slowly and quietly introducing the reader to it main players, and as you come to know and care about these folks, you start to sense something bad is happening within the community. As is common, I think, with many small towns, what is seen on the surface is not what the place is truly about. The steady forward pace is just right for you to get to really know each character, and some of their enjoyable ideosyncrasies. Mr. Robertson's descriptions and dialogue speak with authority... he knows small towns and regular folk. He builds his characters to the point where I truly cared about how the tale would end.