The hokey and harmless-seeming police officer in 1950s West Texas likes to say ‘golly’ and ‘gee whiz’ in between slapping women around and staging sudden and brutal murders. Few in his small town want to confront the possibility that this gentleman-officer is capable of any sort of violence. As our narrator/serial killer states plainly the whys and wherefores of his extracurricular activities, his tone stays chummy and light. It’s pretty unsettling how wholesome and clean a psychopath can be. Creepy! Fun!
Reeve Lindbergh discusses and signs Against Wind and Tide
06/19/2012 7:00 pm
695 E. Colorado Blvd
In Anne Morrow Lindbergh's sixth and final collection of diaries and letters, taking us from 1947 to 1986, we mark her progress as she navigated a remarkable life and a remarkable century with enthusiasm and delight, humor and wit, sorrow and bewilderment. Above all, she was devoted to finding the essential truth in life's experiences through a hard-won spirituality and a passion for literature. Here is an eloquent and often startling collection of writings from one of the most admired women of our time.