When he was nine, Kip set another child on fire. Now, after years in a juvenile ward, he is ready for a fresh start. But the ghosts of his past soon demand justice, and he must reveal his painful secret. How can Kip tell anyone that he really is--or was--a murderer?
“She smelled so...clean. I wanted...to drink in the smell of her. Live in the color of her hair. If I kept thinking like this, I'd need to drive the paint scraper through my temple.”Kip's thoughts about Sam
“I stood at the waterline, letting the wave nuzzle my feet. It didn't matter. I would...I would live with it.”Kip's thought about his past
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