Synopses & Reviews
What do a group of skinheads, a school teacher, a Jewish family, a black investigator, and members of a rural gay community all have in common? The obvious answer lies in Oregon's explosion of hate crimes, the contemporary social phenomenon that allows Siporin's narrative to move between and among this eclectic mix of characters. But a dangerous web of hate, violence, and fear also binds these characters to one another and sets them on an irreversible collision course. Fire's Edge is more than a politically charged suspense novel -- it is also a wrenching exploration of human pain, fear, and strength.