Deputy Sheriff Jim Doe plunges into a renegade manhunt after the townas sheriff is gunned down. But unbeknownst to him, the suspectaan American Indianaholds chilling connections to the disappearance of Doeas sister years before. And the closer Doe gets to the fugitiveas trail, the more he realizes that his own involvement in the case is hardly coincidental. A descendant of the Blackfeet nation himself, Doe keeps getting mistaken for the killer heas chasing. And when the FBIas finest three profilers descend on the case, Doe suspects the hunt has only just begun. But beneath the novelas pyrotechnic plotting, the deeper psychic cadences of Stephen Graham Jonesas prose take hold. His specific imagery and telling detail coalesce into the literary equivalent of an Edward Hopper painting. But like the other seminal works in the genre (Fight Club, Red Dragon), All The Beautiful Sinners will unnerve you, and it will then send you back to page one to experience its mysteries all over again.That was how much diesel Maines and McKirkle had in the number one auxiliary tank in the bed of their truck. ... And there was another tank built in under the toolbox. ... the trigger guard to the seatpost down there, using the same handcuffs that had saved him in Verdon, the chrome chain hooked around the gooseneck ball.
|Title||:||All the Beautiful Sinners|
|Author||:||Stephen Graham Jones|
|Publisher||:||Open Road Media - 2013-06-01|