An emotional and startlingly honest thriller about loss and
He is known only as the tall man, a victim of a gunshot wound
discovered on a remote beach northwest of Seattle. Motionless and
nearly mute, he lies saintlike in his hospital bed, tended
vigilantly by his nurse, Sara Black. Sara is struggling to recover
a loss of her own-a car accident that killed her four-year-old son.
In agony over what she might have done differently, Sara finds
herself spending more and more time with the tall man. As he draws
Sara into a strange and chilling story about his past on an Alaskan
island, she must face some truths of her own, as well as the
realization that the patient to whom she's devoted herself may not
be who he says he is.
Full of compassion and brilliantly rendered landscapes, Daniel
Coyle's first novel is an intelligent, suspenseful portrayal of the
journey one woman must take to find forgiveness.
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