Don't Talk to Strangers
Roger Wardlow is one of the many that have been "downsized." He finally finds a job as a bank teller after losing his position as CFO and going through a period of unemployment, during which he loses his savings, his house, car, and even his Rolex watch. Roger is haunted by his mothers' sayings. He is about to be downsized again when a couple of unfortunate accidents change his life forever, putting him on the run from the law. He meets a stranger in a bar, the stranger strikes up a conversation. Roger sees a chance for a new identity. Roger goes through a period of acting on impulse; twists of fate are running his life. He finds what he believes is a sanctuary, making friends and enjoying life, only to have the past catch up to him once again. He needs a new identity. He goes back on the run. He meets a stranger in a bar, he strikes up a conversation. He sees another opportunity for a new identity. So does the stranger. His mother always said, "Don't Talk to Strangers."
- Paperback | 204 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 12.95mm | 367.41g
- 07 Jun 2010
- United Kingdom