''All That I Have' shares many small-town, big-crime themes with Cormac McCarthy's 'No Country for Old Men'... it is impossible not to appreciate this spare, meditative and seamlessly crafted novel' -- The Times. 'I loved this book. A small miracle - sharp, sly, moving and full of heart' --Nick Cave
'Wonderful... every paragraph a gem. Freeman - like Cormac McCarthy, like Annie Proulx - shows us the awkward realness of such lives, and does it with humour, with wry perception, with great style' -- RJ Ellory. 'The dialogue between each of the marvelously authentic characters is superb, merging an engrossing and suspenseful plot with a brilliantly dark sense of humour' --The Crack Magazine
'Less a genuine thriller than a meditation on human nature and masculinity, the nub of this slow-burning but memorable book seems to be that sometimes it's wiser, and braver, to do nothing' -- Financial Times. 'A serving of Vermont wit and wisdom, with a modicum of crime solving on the side... though it's not the suspense but the sly, country-cousin charm of Freeman's storytelling that is the main attraction' --Boston Globe
Wing is an experienced, practical man who enforces the law in his corner of Vermont with a steady hand and a generous tolerance. But when local tearaway Sean 'Superboy' Duke starts to get tangled up with a group of major league Russian criminals, things start to go awry in the sheriff's small, protected domain. With an ambitious and aggressive deputy snapping at his heels and a domestic crisis of his own to confront, Wing must call on all the personal resources he has cultivated during his working life: patience, tact, and - especially - humour.