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Reed Waters is the sort of middle-aged man few people notice. He's quiet, polite, solitary. He doesn't call attention to himself. Ever.

Reed Waters has a secret.

Mauri Dyson is a teenaged runaway, impetuous and explosive. She lies, she steals, she prostitutes herself. Whatever it takes to survive.

Mauri Dyson, too, has a secret.

When Mauri bursts into Reed's life one rain-soaked night she sets in motion a series of events that will spiral out of control, taking the two of them through tears and terror to the brink of madness ... and a confrontation that will change them both forever.

William F. Nolan calls Christopher Conlon "a modern master." George Clayton Johnson refers to him as "a consummate literary artist." Read Conlon's stunning debut novel, MIDNIGHT ON MOURN STREET, and find out why.

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Midnight on Mourn Street: A Novel
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4 / 5
January 24th, 2014
This was a short read on my Kobo, but very enjoyable. Christopher Conlon comes through again with another emotionally charged story of life's monsters. This short novel features only a few main characters and it was very interesting to see how their lives mingled amongst each other. Having previously read Lullaby for the Rain Girl, Conlon is one of my favourite authors without a doubt. The events and twists that take place in this story are very real and life like, and could very well be playing out in any city anywhere.
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