Binding: 1/4 Cloth
Book Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; Second Printing
Publisher: New York: Random House, 1996.
An attractive first edition/second printing in Fine condition in alike dust-jacket with minor edgewear.
After a decade of working odd jobs and living in her car, Debra has finally saved up enough money to pay off her mounting debt. But when she tries to transfer the money to her bank account, she discovers that her bank has been closed due to the financial crisis. With no other options, Debra decides to spend her last few dollars on food and shelter. As she begins to fall deeper into debt, Debra realizes that she is not the only one struggling. The economic downturn has left many people without jobs or homes, and their debts have become the only thing that keeps them afloat. In Dark Debts, Karen Hall tells the story of a generation of Americans who have been forced to pay the price for the financial crisis. Beautifully written and deeply moving, Dark Debts is a story of hope and possibility in a time of crisis.; 8vo; FSA.