When Madeleine Scarnelli, despondent and out of control, leaves her husband and seven year-old son one afternoon in 1971, she has no conception of the widespread repercussions of her desperate action. Five years later, Detective Nicholas Scarnelli, now divorced from Madeleine, finds solace in a second marriage. However, Bobby, their son, now twelve, has grown only more frustrated and emotionally unstable. Circumstances beyond anyone's control catapult Bobby into his own journey of self-discovery that will lead to his mother and the answers to questions that have continually haunted him. Cheryl Madeleine Lodico's Son of a Gun and the Evening Star reveals the tragic effects of love's deprivation upon the human spirit.
|Publication date||August 02,2022|
|Interior Color||Black and White|
|Book Size||5.000" x 7.000" (178mm x 127mm)|
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