A New York Times Bestselling AuthorIn 1997, police discover a homeless old man in the Kansas City train station. Birdie Carlucci claims he has lived there since 1933, hiding in the storeroom of a Harvey House restaurant. Kansas City cop Randy Benton decides to discover the truth behind Birdie's tale, and finds himself on a ride that leads ever backward into our country's bloodstained past.
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