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by Gary Devon
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Tells the story of Sherman Abbot, a twelve-year-old psychopath who becomes murderously obsessed with stalking the lonely woman who stole his six-year-old sister.
Gary Devon (1941–2007) grew up on the banks of the Ohio River in Indiana, a part of the country to which he later returned with his wife and sons. After graduating from the University of Evansville, he won a writing contest sponsored by the New Yorker and was awarded a fellowship to the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, where he studied with Kurt Vonnegut and José Donoso. His first novel, Lost, was nominated for the Mystery Writers of America’s Edgar Award. He wrote two other novels, Bad Desire and Wedding Night.
When Sherman Abbott fires a bullet into his brain in front of his younger sister, Mamie, his mother’s diligent care and faith in his recovery helps him heal into some semblance of his former self.
Lost by Gary Devon is a thriller. There was nothing I disliked about this book. 4 Lost by Gary Devon is a thriller. When Shermin Abbott fires a bullet into his brain in front of his younger sister, Marnie his mother's diligent care and faith in his recovery helps him heal into some semblance of his former self.
Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. 20. PART ONE. 1. The bullet entered his head slightly above and behind his left ear, and the air pocketed with the report. The shot jarred him off balance and his tense face hurtled sideways, blurred like a swiftly unwinding bobbin of thread. His name was Sherman Abbott; he was twelve years old.
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Devon, Gary; Sherman said, leading the Chinaman toward the red coupe. From the shadows under the hood, the mechanic squinted at him through the snow. Just about finished, he said.
Devon, Gary; Sherman said, leading the Chinaman toward the red coupe. With a shrewd and nimble watchfulness, Sherman again scanned the layout of intersections and stores. And no sign of Mamie. He had been driving all night. I thought I heard it squeakin’, he said. I see you got your groceries, the man remarked, collecting his tools and drop cloth and slamming the hood. How much do I owe ya?.
Tells the story of Sherman Abbot, a twelve-year-old psychopath who becomes murderously obsessed with stalking the lonely woman who "stole" his six-year-old sister.
Category: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Bantam Dell Publishing Group, Div of Random House, Inc (November 13, 1986)
Pages: 368 pages