Fourth of July Creek; Smith Henderson

A social worker in rural Montana interacts with a boy who lives in the woods with his escapist, political father.  Many messed up characters with equally messed up lives.  Definitely not an up beat novel, but an interesting story yet pretty depressing on many levels.

PJH rating: ****

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