By Nina Kiriki Hoffman

From Bram Stoker Award winner and Nebula and international fable Awards finalist Nina Kiriki Hoffman comes a singular of 2 younger those that dwell outdoor usual reality-and who're approximately to find life's outstanding possibilities..."A consistent excitement to learn. Hoffman's most sensible and so much entire novel to date."-Locus"Hoffman reworks a well-recognized define with clean amazing principles and enormous flair."-Kirkus experiences "An enticing story, advised with nice ability, packed with attention-grabbing characters."-The Davis firm

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I won’t tell,” he whispered. Her face relaxed. ” he asked. “Susan,” she said slowly. “The girl? They say she went south. The Bay Area—had relatives down there, on her mother’s side of the family, thank the Lord. Haven’t thought about her in years. ” The bell over the door rang as people flooded back into the store. “Thanks, Mrs. Danvers,” Edmund said aloud, and she, back in service person mode, nodded, smiled, and looked at her next customer. Still clutching the bag of doughnuts, Edmund led Matt out into the morning air, sea-scrubbed and sparkling.

She sipped coffee and thought. She and Nathan had hooked up immediately; it had taken longer for Edmund to reconnect with his friend, and his connection was shakier than hers, despite shared history. ” “It’s not your problem,” Edmund said. “Yesterday it wouldn’t have been my problem. I wouldn’t have minded. I would have seen the whole thing in a different light, understood and appreciated it. Adolescence! ” The waitress set a big plate of hash browns in front of him and gave him a smile. Matt watched Edmund’s return smile, automatic and beautiful.

Matt’s palms began to sweat. Summers started with a couple gas stations and a little grocery store near the highway, then turned into a real town a little farther on, wide streets with head-in parking places, few buildings taller than two or three stories, a lot of architecture left over from the previous century, and an air of being friendly, warm, and small. Edmund drove slowly, and Matt looked all around: two movie theaters in one block, with fancy marquees from the thirties, maybe; taverns and restaurants under the orange streetlights, a small hotel with a cafe in its ground floor, scattered chairs and tables on the sidewalk in front of it.

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