Wilderness
by Robert B. Parker

An instant classic about a jogger who witnesses a murder, reports it to the police, comes home to find his wife tied naked to their bed having been told to make him recant his testimony. He recants and feels ashamed and angry and afraid. He and his wife and a macho friend decide to kill the gangster. Meanwhile the gangster hires a hit man from out of state to eliminate the witness. The vigilante plot evolves logically.

Year Read: 2008


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