When San Turner's two aunts, his only family, die within a week of each other he's unable to accept their passing as mere coincidence. Recently fired from his job and guilt-ridden over the loss of his wife, he enlists his lifelong friend in a search for the truth behind their deaths. He soon finds himself on another sort of quest when a ten-year-old deaf girl who has befriended him is kidnapped from his home. San follows a convoluted trail that eventually leads him to the girl and an unknown part of his family history, forcing him to face his past, his prejudices and an uncertain future.
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About the Author
RP Poe, native Texan and longtime resident of central Texas, lives in the hills west of Austin near the small town of Driftwood. Living in various locales from the Gulf Coast to the High Plains while weathering the occasional hurricane, flood or blizzard, has played a prominent role in his writings. He has a particular interest in the real or imagined boundaries between countries, cultures and people including their effect on the mercurial concept of family. Visit his web site at http://rppoe.com/