The year is 1913.
More immigrants are coming to Gary, Indiana. Stevo Markovich finds himself making room for relatives of his deceased wife who arrive unannounced disrupting his life with the problems they bring with them.
He is greatly saddened by the death of his wife and others. He feels lonely and is disinterested in his successful business. He seeks a change.
Thoughts of his life as an immigrant fisherman and dreams of his father draw him back to New Orleans, where he lived in his teenage years.
At his family home in New Orleans, he discovers his family is gone. Stevo finds the city rich with history and interesting people. He discovers a friend, money, a new business, and what promises to be a happy life.
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