Taking the name Rick Fuller, he settles into the idyllic woods along the Hudson River. But his peace is almost immediately shattered by twin teenage girls who live in a mansion upriver. Disturbed out of his routine by their juvenile pranks, Webb's harmony is further disrupted by the girls' mother, Susan Waitewatter, the stunning but seducing wife of a successful NYC attorney.
In the midst of writing his new book, hiding from the public eye, and juggling the mischief of Kassidy and Kennedy Waitewatter-and the sensual advances of their lonely mother-Webb Sendak begins to understand that not everything is as it seems. A novel of depth and feeling, of love and the bitter and devastating lack of love, past and present are weaved into every page. In the end, as events reach a crescendo of betrayal and violence, Webb must decide the ultimate value of everything, especially the meaning of love, in all of its magnificent absurdity.
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About the Author
Buchmann is also the author of the historical novel, Until the Names Grow Blurred, and the Marshal Boone Crowe series-Dead Woman Creek; Showdown in the Bear Grass; Judgment at Rattlesnake Wash; Track of the Wolf; and The Widow Makers. The sixth novel in the series, Shootout at Lost River, will be released in 2016. Buchmann's westerns are authored under the pseudonym Buck Edwards. All of his books are available in paperback and as e-books for Kindle.