One summer night, a boy and his beautiful cousin plunge naked into the moonlit waters of a rural quarry. Twenty years later, the boy, now grown, flees the wreckage of his life and returns to Arden, Wisconsin, in search of everything he has lost.
But for Miles Teagarden, the landscape he had known so well has turned eerie and threatening. And the love he shared has become very, very deadly . . .
Classic straub minus the suspense and edge of your seat thrill. He droned on and on and left us hanging with a mediocre story and even more uninteresting characters. If I could get a refund I would! Don't bother wasting your time reading this.