Disturbing the Peace
John Wilder is in his mid-thirties, a successful salesman with a place in the country, an adoring wife and a ten-year-old son.But something is wrong. His family no longer interests him, his infidelities are leading him nowhere and he has begun to drink too much. Then one night, something inside John snaps and he calls his wife to tell her that he isn't coming home...
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Review: Disturbing the PeaceUser Review - Steph - Goodreads
Yates's writing is once again perfection, to me. As usual the subject matter is heavy, but utterly human. I feel most at home reading his words and sometimes I can't tell if it's because of what he ... Read full review
Review: Disturbing the PeaceUser Review - aidan wm - Goodreads
yates waits (heh) gatsby-style for a punch to the gut in the third act, but here he forces you to pay attention for the full effect. also, certain key parts of this novel are allegedly autobiographical? Read full review