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Train by Pete Dexter

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Los Angeles 1953 Lionel Walk is a young black caddy at Brookline the oldest most exclusive country club in the city where he is known by the nickname “Train” A troubled keenly intelligent kid with no particular interest in his own prodigious talent for the game he keeps his head down and his mouth shut as he navigates his way between the careless hostility of his “totes” and the explosive brutality of the other caddiesMiller Packard a sergeant with the San Diego police department first appears on the boy’. Better and

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S horizon as a distracted gambler bored with ordinary risks Train names him the “Mile Away Man” as they walk off the first tee and even months later when they have become partners of a sort and are winning high stakes matches against golf hustlers all over the country the Mile Away Man is a puzzle to Train remote and intimate impulsive and thoughtful often all at the same timePackard is also a puzzle to Norah Still the beautiful lone survivor of a terrifying yacht hijacking who is both aroused and repulsed by h. Perhaps he

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Is violent and detached manner at the crime scene Packard himself feels no such ambiguity He is uneuivocally drawn to Norah – and perhaps to what has happened to her – and an odd volatile triangle takes shape Packard pulling the other two relentlessly into deeper water away from what is safe With his trademark economy of style Dexter brings these characters to life in their most reckless vulnerable moments stripping away words and manners until all that is left is the basic human pulse From the Hardcover editio. I read my f

  • Hardcover
  • 288
  • Train by Pete Dexter
  • Pete Dexter
  • English
  • 12 July 2018
  • 9780385505918

About the Author: Pete Dexter

Pete Dexter is the author of the National Book Award winning novel Paris Trout and five other novels God's Pocket Deadwood Brotherly Love The Paperboy and Train He has been a columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News and the Sacramento Bee and has contributed to many magazines including Esuire Sports Illustrated and Playboy His screenplays include Rush and Mulholland Falls Dexter was


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