Writers Archive : Andrés Heinz
Nina Sayers is a ballerina in the New York Ballet. She lives with her mother, and her whole live revolves […]
Posted on 30 January 2011 | By Fence | 3 responses
I really liked the opening chapter of this book. De Lint creates a wonderful picture of Jacky Rowan. Recently dumped for being too uninteresting she has spent the night drinking her sorrows away. But on her way home she comes across a strange scene; a gang of bikers hunting down a little man. But when she investigates further there is no trace of it ever having happened, apart from the man’s red cap that she discovered on the ground.