In its nuanced portrait of a middle-aged suburbanite, this novel challenges assumptions about kinship and selfhood, crime and punishment, and appearance and reality when Steven Howe-Boomer learns his father--assumed to have died in 1958--is, in fact, incarcerated in the Colorado State Penitentiary.
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