What Dies in Summer by Tom Wright
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What Dies in Summer Summary
"I did what I did, and that's on me." From that tantalizing first sentence, Tom Wright sweeps us up in a tale of lost innocence. Jim has a touch of the Sight. It's nothing too spooky and generally useless, at least until the summer his cousin L.A. moves in with him and their grandmother. When Jim and L.A. discover the body of a girl, brutally raped and murdered in a field, an investigation begins that will put both their lives in danger.
What Dies in Summer Reviews
"Starred Review. [A] story that delivers on several levels. The author's impressive, multi-tiered storytelling talents are on brilliant display in this entrancing, impressive debut." - Publishers Weekly
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Rated of 5
Tom Wright is a practicing psychologist and received his doctorate from Texas A&M University. This is his first book. He lives in Texarkana, Texas.
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