Cross Country Murder Song

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Random House, Feb 25, 2010 - Fiction - 256 pages
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On a journey from the Jersey Shore to the Pacific Ocean the driver crosses an America twisted beyond all recognition, pursued by ghosts of his traumatic past, and by the police, who have discovered the horrifying secrets of his basement.

On and off the road, we glimpse the lives of people who are touched by the driver in one way or another - a porn star who can no longer perform; a widower looking for love; two parents who return day after day to the spot where their son was killed. The driver meddles, mixes and murders, heading towards his own macabre realisation of the American Dream.

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User Review  - Daftboy1 - LibraryThing

This book wasnt for me. I found it easy enough to read but I struggled to follow the prose and flow of this. Good enough story just not really my cup of tea. Similar to American Psycho but not as much in your face. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Philip Wilding is a journalist, writer and producer for radio and TV, and the co-presenter of the award-winning Phil and Phill's Perfect Ten podcast (with Phill Jupitus). He lives in London.

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