1 copy being processed for GDL Central Library Fiction.
viii, 372 pages ; 25 cm.
"Royce Dillard doesn't remember much about the day his parents--and 123 other souls--died in the 1972 Buffalo Creek disaster. He was only two years old when he was ripped from his mother's arms. But now Dillard, who lives off the grid with only a passel of dogs for company, is fighting for his life one more time: He's on trial for murder. Prosecutor Bell Elkins faces her toughest challenge yet in this haunting story of vengeance, greed and the fierce struggle for social justice"--Dust jacket.