A Tinker's Damn

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MacMurray & Beck, 2000 - Fiction - 281 pages
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In this novel, Darryl Wimberley explores the relationship between Tink and Carter Buchanan, a father and son whose differences have always been outweighed by a grudging mutual respect and fragile loyalty.
But when a brutal murder and a generations-old feud threaten the tenuous balance of their relationship, Carter must soon decide for himself where - and with whom - he belongs. His is a violent world mired in corruption and racism, a place more inclined to take an eye for an eye than to turn the other cheek, a place where betrayal can seem a lesser evil.

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About the author (2000)

Darryl Wimberley has authored two critically acclaimed literary works, A Tinker's Damn and The King of Colored Town, along with the Gulf Coast noir series featuring Special Agent Barrett Raines: A Rock and Hard Place, Dead Man's Bay, Strawman's Hammock, and Pepperfish Keys.

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