Lewis Melton is easy to please: a sunny beach, the right meds, and a continuation of his life as a literary icon of small and fading repute. He has learned to forget any unpleasant thoughts - how could he not be happy? He finds out, when a dead friend from the Sixties breaks into his house, terrorizes his ex-wife, and tries to run Lewis down in his own driveway. His old friend, not so dead after all, wants answers and revenge, while Lewis, on the run, must figure out why.
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