Publication date: January 2, 2020
eBook ISBN: 9781788422567
All That I Have (ebook)
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A small gem of a novel with big ideas – ‘A small miracle’, Nick Cave
Lucian 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.
Can Wing’s low-key approach to law enforcement prevail?
Praise for Castle Freeman’s novels:
‘A small miracle – sharp, sly, moving and full of heart.’ Nick Cave
‘Part comic romp and part nail-biting thriller … Castle Freeman writes with both wit and a deep understanding of the human psyche, and he does not cheat us out of a dramatic climax.’ Guardian
‘Shares many small-town, big-crime themes with Cormac McCarthy… it is impossible not to appreciate this.’ The Times
‘Wonderful… every paragraph a gem. Freeman – like Cormac McCarthy, like Annie Proulx – shows us the awkward realness of lives, and does it with humour, with wry perception, with great style.’ R. J. Ellory
‘Extremely funny… streamlined storytelling, dead-on dialogue and lyrical descriptions of the bleak, woodsy landscape. This is a meticulous New England miniature, with not a word wasted.’ Oprah Magazine
‘A fast, memorable read gooey with atmosphere … a gem that sparkles with sly insight and cuts like a knife.’ Boston Globe
‘Freeman has a flawless ear for dialogue and a sharp eye for quirky detail … Superb.’ People Magazine
‘A brilliant book – laconic, spare, stylish and exciting.’ Al Alvarez
‘A small masterpiece of black comedy and suspense … If all novels were this good, Americans would read more.’ Kirkus Reviews