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As he did in Unsaid, Neil Abramson explores the interconnectedness of humans and the animals we share our homes and lives with.An unidentified virus is spreading through the New York City neighborhood of Riverside, near Central Park. Despite the desperate need for answers, the medical community can only determine the cause is zoonotic, suggesting birds one day and dogs the next as the possible source. Despite the lack of information, the politically ambitious governor orders the National Guard to enforce a quarantine of all dogs.At the heart of this conflict, veterinarian Samantha Lewis is struggling to keep her no-kill shelter open. She finds support in a motley crew of friends that range from a local priest, to a troubled nineteen-year-old emancipated foster child, to a former psychologist whose life was destroyed by addiction. But the one person that Sam needs is the last one she’d ever want to call on—and contacting him will mean confronting every painful memory of her past.
Number of Pages: 911
Genre: Fiction + Literature Genres
Publisher: Blackstone Pub
Author: Neil Abramson
Street Date: May 10, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-11-0631
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