Following retirement, Harold Jackson returns to his childhood hometown to face the consequences of a halfcentury- old unimaginable crime. During this exceptionally rare visit, his mind meanders through the years of his youth, and the little time he had to spend with his good buddies, the Steinbruner twins. He recalls all their silly antics, boyhood tricks, stupid stunts, and willingness to check out everything happening on the streets of Morningside. He also visits that confusing and exhilarating period when a young boy helplessly discovers that girls are prettier . softer . cuter . and just more fun to look at than boys. But his most devastating memory is the one that has controlled him for more than five decades. Not able to endure the horrifying murders that destroyed the life of so many, he keeps his feelings hidden beneath a cloak of shame. Now, he must face the twisted truth, as officials will reveal to the world the astonishing occurrences of 50 years ago.