Ghosts of Bergen County / by Dana Cann.
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|Jackson Co PL - Seymour Main Library||FIC CANN (Text)||37500004338519||Fiction||Available||-|
|Morgan Co PL - Martinsville Main Library||FIC CAN (Text)||78551000527879||Fiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781941040270
- ISBN: 1941040276
- ISBN: 1941040284
- ISBN: 9781941040287
- Physical Description: 403 pages ; 20 cm
- Publisher: Portland, Or. : Tin House Books ; 2016.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Set in New York City and New Jersey on the cusp of the financial crisis, Ghosts of Bergen County is a literary mystery with supernatural elements. Gil Ferko is a private-equity lieutenant who commutes to Manhattan from the New Jersey suburbs. His wife, Mary Beth, has become a shut-in since a hit-and-run accident killed their infant daughter. When Ferko reconnects with Jen Yoder, a former high school classmate, Jen introduces him to heroin. As his dependency on the drug grows, his downward spiral puts his life in danger and his career in jeopardy. Mary Beth has also found an escape-first in prescription drugs that numb her senses, then in the companionship of a mysterious girl who heightens them. A ghost? Mary Beth believes so. And Jen is also haunted. Years ago she witnessed a man she had just met fall from a rooftop. She walked away from the accident and has been haunted since by the question of why she did so. As her quest to rectify that mistake starts to collide with the mystery of the hit-and-run driver who killed Ferko and Mary Beth's daughter, all of the characters are forced to face the fine line between fate and happenstance. Dana Cann's debut novel is a tautly paced and intricately plotted story in which collective burdens manifest into hauntings"-- Provided by publisher.
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