Former professional wrestler Roland McAlister is paralyzed after years of abuse in the wrestling business, both in the ring and out. While living with his third wife, he receives a phone call from the son he fathered while on the road twenty-five years previously. The son, Cory, has entered the wrestling business. The horror begins after Roland refuses Cory's demands of a father and son relationship. Roland can stop the carnage if he has the courage to change into a person he never imagined.
"It's an all-too-rare surprise and delight, in the independent press, to discover writing as strong and evocative as Derek Clendening's. This is a writer whose work I look forward to reading more of, and whose career I look forward to following."
Michael Rowe, author of Enter, Night
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by on September 27, 2016
- Mausoleum Press, August 2012
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