North Dixie Highway: A Novel (Paperback)
When Buck Metzger’s childhood is interrupted by the disappearance of his grandfather, several family members and close friends plot revenge on the suspected killer. From remote towns in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, to the Texas/Mexico border, to war-torn Bosnia, Metzger struggles for self-identity and resolution in a world of blue-collar ethics and liquor-fueled violence.
“Lyrical, passionate, unflinching, Joe Haske’s fiction grabs hold of you and shakes you to your core. He is one of the most exciting young American writers of his generation.”—Richard Burgin, editor, Boulevard and author, Shadow Traffic and The Identity Club
“Read these stories for lessons in how to survive, lessons in how to thrive, and lessons in how to write!”—Ron Cooper, author, Purple Jesus and Hume’s Fork