Spine slightly slanted, PO name inside. DJ has minor edgewer along top. A bright, tight, attractive copy.
"Molly and Robert Carter - young, just married and very much in love - seem to be on their way to a rewarding future. They are so hungry for each other that sometimes they have to go home in the middle of shopping to make love. Robert, who gives music lessons to make a little extra money, is hired by Suzanne Cox, a waitress at the local pancake house, to teach her the guitar. But Suzanne is no ordinary student, and before he knows it, Robert finds himself involved in a tangled relationship with her, a relationship that also ensnares Molly. As Suzanne plots her wild, ingenious, demonic campaign to harass the Carters, Sins of Omission builds to its chilling climax. Richly entertaining, witty, haunting, poignant, Sins of Omission is a wise and wistful story of lost illusions and coming of age, a remarkable new book by a wonderfully gifted novelist."; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall