Little Boy Blue and the Golden Reunion
Anniversaries bring out the best and worst of memories. They're also an opportunity for closure. And openness. On impulse, Jesse attends a fiftieth reunion. He returns to the "crimes" if his youth, but this time, murder challenges him to see himself and cope with the past. And the present.
Al Bernstein, Showtime Boxing: "You won't find better dialogue. It's funny, often poignant, and drives some very interesting characters. This dlightful read works on several levels. And anyone who has been to the Jersey shore will feel nostalgic for that experience."