By Oscar Casares
In a small city at the Mexican border reside brothers, Don Fidencio and Don Celestino. obdurate and self sustaining, they now needs to face the evidence: they're previous, they usually have allow a kin argument stand among them for too lengthy. Don Celestino's good-natured housekeeper encourages him to make amends--while he nonetheless can. They secretly unencumber Don Fidencio from his nursing domestic and shuttle into
With winsome prose and heartfelt humor, Oscar Casares's debut novel of kin misplaced and located radiates with generosity and beauty and confirms the arriving of a uniquely proficient new author.
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What little money they had started with was gone now. Don Fidencio and the two other men walked along the dense riverbank, trying to figure out where exactly they could cross. The current seemed strong no matter where they looked. They finally spotted a bend where the river was narrower and it wouldn’t take but a minute or so to tread water and reach the other side. Don Fidencio stripped down and rolled his clothes and shoes into a tight ball. But when he looked around, only one of the men had undressed.
He thumbed through the rest of the pages, but they all seemed to be taken up with one name or another that he couldn’t place. It wasn’t until he turned the R–S tab and saw his own family name that the entries began to correspond some with his faded memory. Vicente had died from a bad heart, still in his fifties. Baltazar they shot in Reynosa, something having to do with a woman he was seeing after somebody else had seen her first. He couldn’t remember how Enrique had died anymore, only that it was sad.
The orange juice would help. Maybe he should have served himself the glass first. But right then the answering machine clicked on and the prerecorded voice announced that he wasn’t available at the moment and to please leave a message and he would be sure to call back. He was waiting for the caller to say something, waiting to see if it was her voice, when suddenly the line cut out. PART II 5 Near the far end of downtown, a street cleaner lumbered alongside the curb, whirling up a torment of dust and trash.
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