London : Picador, 2010
357 p. ; 20 cm ISBN/ISSN:
9780330465090 (pbk.), 0330465090 (pbk.), 0330465090 :, Language:
"Wilbur McCrum has always been a drifter. Abandoned by his parents, one after the other, and subsequently passed from pillar to post, he was still a young lad when he first took to the road, and somehow he's never settled anywhere since. When he meets Ida May, however, that looks set to change: finally, Wilbur's dream of making a home, a family, and a future for himself looks set to become reality. But fate's a funny old thing, and Wilbur never has had much luck . . ."--P.  of cover
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