Kirby Gann

A death drug kingpin enslaved to the reminiscence of his lifeless spouse; a tender lady torn among a promising destiny and the hardscrabble international she grew up in; a mom keen to do something to gasoline her dependancy to tablets; and her youngest son, looking for the reality in the back of his older brother's disappearance, are only many of the unforgettable characters that populate Ghosting, Kirby Gann's lush and lyrical novel of relatives and neighborhood, and the binds which could either bond and betray.

Fleece Skaggs has disappeared, besides drug broker Lawrence Gruel's reefer harvest. determining that the right way to observe what occurred to his older brother is to take his position as a drug runner for Gruel, James Cole plunges right into a darkish underworld of substances, violence, and lengthy hidden kin secrets and techniques, the place learning what occurred to his brother may rate him his life.

A genre-subverting literary secret instructed from the alternating point of view of alternative characters, Ghosting is either an easy quest for the truth—what precisely occurred to Fleece Skaggs?—and a posh attention of human frailty.

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