Way Down on the High Lonely. Don Winslow.
Way Down on the High Lonely

Way Down on the High Lonely

New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993. First Edition. Hardcover.

First Edition, First Printing.

Neal Carey's third year of internment in a remote Chinese monastery is ended by a visit from Joe Graham, his one-armed mentor, bringing good news and bad: "Friends of the Family" have bought Neal's freedom - but before he can return to his beloved graduate studies, he has one small errand to run. Without much choice or enthusiasm, Neal follows Graham to California to find two-year-old Cody McCall, who has been abducted by his father during a custodial visit. The trail leads Neal from Hollywood studios to the wilds of Nevada, where he must infiltrate a vicious group of white supremacists. His undercover efforts require a saloon fight, a little cowboy work, and some survivalist training before he finds young Cody, and in the bargain learns more about human nature - including his own - than he ever wanted to know. Weaving a modern private-eye story into an old-fashioned western, Don Winslow has written a gripping, unforgettable novel.

Item #900827
ISBN: 0031209934

5-5/8 x 8-1/2", light grey paper over boards, 279pp, epilogue.

Bright, tight, clean, very fine in dust wrapper and protective mylar.

 

Price: $50.00