Broken Glass

Broken Glass

Book - 2004
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A boy falls from a building during an initiation ordeal and, after years in a coma, dies. His sister confronts four men during their twenty-fifth high school reunion. She suspects that they are responsible for her brother's death, and she has filed a lawsuit against "person or persons unknown" for damages as the result of unlawful death. When the sister is murdered all four become suspects. Then one of them disappears, and the circle narrows. The narrator is contacted anonymously by the murderer. They meet back on the fatal roof. Powerful and disturbing, Weyman Jones' novel Broken Glass tells a moving story of how the past can come back to hurt or heal those who have survived it.Weyman Jones lives in Long Island, New York.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Five Star, 2004.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781594141850
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY Jones Weyman 2004
Characteristics: 247 p. ;,23 cm.


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