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By K. M. Soehnlein

The beautiful NEW NOVEL FROM THE AWARD-WINNING writer OF the area of ordinary BOYS K.M. Soehnlein returns with this exploration of the relationship among father and son and the excessive rate of fact. Jamie Garner has been cruising via lifestyles. A slacker of varieties, he's been simply getting via, residing in San Francisco and surrounded by way of fun-loving associates. no longer a nasty position to be in the course of the dot-com increase of the Nineteen Nineties. Then, Jamie's lifestyles adjustments ceaselessly and he's catapulted right into a seek to find the reality a couple of guy he notion he knew - a guy named Teddy. His father. information of his father's dying brings Jamie domestic. There - notwithstanding Teddy by no means permitted Jamie - guilt and disappointment threaten to weigh down him. Then a cache of letters from Teddy to his closest pal, Dean Foster, lend new insights into his father's lifestyles stretching all of the as far back as Teddy's beat new release days in San Francisco. So starts Jamie's obsessive trip looking for Dean Foster, a quest which can rate him greater than he's keen to enterprise.

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100itext 9/3/05 7:17 am Page 23 part one ˇ Sipan 100itext 9/3/05 7:17 am Page 24 100itext 9/3/05 7:17 am Page 25 Chapter 1 Naples, Agnano racetrack, Sunday, 3 January 1954 Magione was first to the enclosure, accompanied by the jockey wearing the blue and gold colours of the stable. He started walking round, shaking his neck, as though to ease the tension. A four-yearold tawny thoroughbred, thin, sharp muzzle, good season in ’53, placed plenty of times, two wins. Behind him, the jockeys introduced the other animals, superb, just shy of eighteen hands at the withers, their breath vanishing in the sharp afternoon air.

Turning his back on the door, he fails to notice that Benfenati, from the Section, is here on his usual visit. After scoring his point, he is about to continue with his speech, particularly the insults directed against gypsies, southerners and tramps, but Bortolotti manages to save him: ‘Benfenati’s here, Mauro,’ he says loudly. ’ Melega just manages to bite his tongue; he rolls his eyes like someone who has just escaped a danger, throws back his head and greets the new arrival. He has Bortolotti to thank for avoiding a slanging match, and us too, because no one could have saved us from a lecture on Gramsci and the southern question.

Asked La Gaggia from the table next to the stove. ’ Sticleina replied with mock regret. ‘Yes, but the guys from the Pratello won’t let you near their women. ’ ‘Bring one of those girls back here for me some time, will you? ’ 100itext 9/3/05 38 7:17 am Page 38 WU MING ‘A fine figure of shit,’ observed Walterún, trumping his trick. Pierre contemplated himself for a long time: he studied his dark eyes, his mother’s eyes, like the ones in the photograph in which she was dressed as a bride, the one that stood on the chest of drawers; the arch of his eyebrows, the straight nose, the thin cheeks.

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