Shoot The Moon (Fiction/Grand Central Publishing) Mass Market Paperback – 2 Oct 2008
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A great story...a little bit of mystery, a small piece of romance, and a whole lot of Billie Letts's special touch (Oklahoman)
Letts's writing shines. (SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER-Chronicle)
Riveting... powerful... readers are sure to embrace this memorable tale of love, loss, humanity, and hope. (BOOKLIST)
Billie Letts's bestselling tale of a small Oklahoma town and the mystery that has haunted its residents for years is now in paperback.See all Product description
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When Dr. Mark Albright, a wealthy Hollywood veterinarian, discovers that he is adopted, he goes in search of his roots, a search that takes him to DeClare, a scraggly dustbowl town in Oklahoma. There, knowing only that he was born Nicodemus (Nicky) Jack Harjo to a woman named Gaylene Harjo, he discovers his roots and, in the process, unravels a murder mystery that is over three decades old.
In doing so, however, he uncovers secrets that some in that Oklahoma community are determined to keep buried, leading to new acts of violence. Still, Dr. Albright perseveres, discovering many things about himself in the process and setting right what has gone wrong in the past.
This is a well-written book, laden with thematically complex issues but without much of the charm of "Where the Heart Is". Therein lies the rub. You simply do not care all that much about the main characters, making it merely a good book, rather than a great one. Still, fans of the author will find it a worthwhile, though not so compelling, book to read.
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