"This is the story of three summer days on the street where I grew up. Three days that I lived twice ..."
Imagine that you turn a corner and find yourself instantly, inexplicably transposed in space and time to the world of your childhood, more than four decades ago. George McGovern is running for president. Miniskirts and bell-bottom jeans are in fashion. A can of tuna fish costs forty-nine cents.
And there's no way out.
You must be there for a reason. And you begin to suspect what it is. If you're right, it will require you to take a man's life in an act of cold-blooded, premeditated murder. But that's okay.
You've murdered before …
New York Times and USA Today bestseller Michael Prescott, author of Cold Around the Heart and Final Sins, delivers a haunting tale of obsession, violence, and destiny in his 25,000-word novella — The Street.