"As the night passes, the starless winter sky over the small Main Line township of Radnor turns to an inky, fathomless black. The roads become empty, drained of life. Even the highway on the outskirts of town is soundless…. And when it seems that it can't get any darker or quieter, the first bits of sunlight break on the horizon. The light comes slowly at first, then more quickly. You know what's coming next, but you don't know all of it."
Somewhere in the middle of this novel lies this wonderful paragraph that subtly describes what STRANGE BUT TRUE is really about. This book defies the rules, making it a challenge to fit it neatly into a gen