Blake Wrightman died during the Vietnam War. Not on a Southeast Asian battlefield, but on an American college campus. He died the day the bomb he planted at an anti-war protest claimed a small boy’s life—and forced Blake Wrightman to vanish. Now, after twenty-years as “Charlie Ochs,” Cape Cod lobsterman, Blake finds out that the feds are closing in. But a vengeful G-man gives Charlie a choice: face the music or help smoke out the beautiful hardcore radical who seduced him into the anti-war movement back in the ’60s. So begins a long, strange trip for the former Blake Wrightman, as he revisits the scene of a deadly revolution that didn’t end with the Vietnam War—and is about to claim a few more casualties. . . .
Peter Abrahams is the author of many novels, including A Perfect Crime, Last of the Dixie Heroes, The Fan—which was made into a movie starring Robert De Niro—and Lights Out, which was nominated for an Edgar Award. As Spencer Quinn, Abrahams also writes the New… More about Peter Abrahams