The 4th book in the Campbell Young series
Ex-racetrack journalist Priam Harvey, occupant of the prized “corner stool” at McCully’s Tavern, marks the first anniversary of his firing from Sport of Kings magazine and the coincident departure of his girlfriend by doing what he does best: drinking and gambling.
Events conspire, however, and when Harvey is pulled off his stool – literally and metaphorically – he is forced to make an important decision about his involvement in the lives of those around him, and, for that matter, in his own life.
Harvey, who appeared briefly in J.D. Carpenter’s first novel, The Devil in Me, and played a major role in its sequels, Bright’s Kill and 74 Miles Away, takes centre stage in this unusual tale of one man’s coming to terms with himself.
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