Lulu.com, 2005 - 258 pages
Is redemption seeking forgiveness from those you've sinned against, or is it something deeper? Quinn has to find the answer to that question when he returns to Portland three years after running away from himself and what he had done. Now he has a past he cannot talk about, and a mission to redeem himself. To do this, he has to first find the people he left behind, and this proves to be much harder than he had expected. Quinn has to navigate his way though a path of betrayal, guilt, and the underground world of rockabilly scenesters on his own particular road to redemption.
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