You Can Say You Knew Me WhenBook - 2005
Jamie Garner is living a sexy slacker's life in San Francisco during the dotcom boom of the '90s. Then he gets the call he has been dreading - announcing the death of a father he never connected with - and returns to his staid New Jersey home to bury the past. But the past does not want to be buried, and in a box marked simply 1960 - the year Jamie's dad spent in San Francisco but never spoke of - Jamie finds a photo of his dad's closest friend and a cache of letters revealing a different man than the one he knew: a poet, an artist, a man of passion and ideals...
Publisher: New York : Kensington Books, 2005
Call Number: F SoehnLei
Characteristics: 408 p. ; 23 cm