In this captivating first novel, a young manA??s plan to revitalize his hometown leads four of its inhabitants down alternating paths of desire and deceit.
When the charismatic Jack Lambeau returns to his hometown along Lake Ontario with an eye toward revitalizing its fading post-industrial waterfront into a tasteful commercial development for tourists and yuppies, the town of Lakeland quickly gets on board. At first glance, Jack seems to have it all: a successful urban planner, heA??s also brought home his fiancA©e, Anne, a talented artist with whom heA??s fiercely in love. But it doesnA??t take long for cracks to appear in JackA??s idyllic life
Enter Steven Turner A?? exiled New Yorker, local reporter looking for a scoop, and JackA??s best friend in Lakeland. Between the two of them come Anne, who Steven grows close to, and JackA??s floundering brother Harris, who spends his nights breaking the law to bury the mistakes of the past that might derail JackA??s plans. As StevenA??s personal and professional incursion into JackA??s life intensifies, all four characters find themselves starting to unravel.
Moving, poignant, and rife with humor, The Last Good Chance is a powerful debut novel about the moral compromises we make in the name of loyalty, ambition, and love.
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