The Carrion Birds by Urban Waite
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The Carrion Birds Summary
Hired gun Ray Lamar is ready to put his past behind him. He wants to see his twelve-year-old son and start a new life - away from the violence of the last ten years. One last heist will take him there. All he has to do is steal a rival's stash. Simple, easy, clean.
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"Starred Review. [A] searing western noir. Three people face terrifying moral choices as they each wish for what they can't have: life as it was before their small border town...was doomed by its dying oil economy." - Publishers Weekly
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Urban Waite is the author of The Terror of Living, named one of Esquire's Ten Best Books of 2011. His short fiction has appeared in the Best of the West 2009 anthology, the Southern Review, and other journals. He has degrees from the University of Washington, Western Washington University, and Emerson College. He lives in Seattle with his wife.
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