How does one face his own execution knowing he's innocent? That's what Clay Johnson has dealt with for ten years. And now with the drugs coursing through his veins, a miracle happens. He's given a thirty day reprieve during which he finds a means of escape; the answer coming from an unlikely source. Outside and on the run, he begins a five year odyssey from New Jersey to Texas with a relentless FBI agent on his heels. Fueled by his love for a woman and her son, Johnson challenges death in a climatic conclusion.
In Dan Price's fourth novel, he creates a brilliant and compassionate character whose fight for love and survival presents the reader with no alternative but to turn the page.