"Living in Spokane, Washington, under the Witness Protection Program, small-time hood Vince Camden leads a quiet existence among his new friends: local criminals, prostitutes and other social outcasts. By day he makes donuts and reads the beginnings of books to impress the cute blonde who comes into his shop every morning. In his spare time though, he runs a lucrative credit card scam. But everything spirals out of control when a mobster from back East shows up and wants a piece of the pie. Further complicating things is Vince's newfound political consciousness, as he becomes deeply troubled by a choice between two less-than-appealing candidates."--Container.… (more)
"A great nation is like a great man...he thinks of his enemy as the shadow that he himself casts." Tao Te Ching
One day you know more dead people than live ones.
The problem with conspiracies is that only crazy people can find them. That's why conspiracies work, because they shatter the truth into shards and only crazy people can look at shards and see the whole. And who is going to believe a crazy person, anyway?
He stands, offers Dupree his wrists, and begins his life.