Tony Wallace has too much on his plate: the town's most prominent lawyer, shot dead in the borrow ditch; one drug dealer lying dead on the ground in front of an abandoned car, one live one in the trunk; a dirty senator taking bribes to block the killer's extradition back to Montana; an FBI sting; the state Democratic party leadership wooing him to run for the governor's office; a wife and son who need him at home. "How can I keep everybody happy?" he asked his running partner, retired sheriff Timber McCaw. "You can't," Timber replied. "There's no blanket big enough to keep all those toes warm. You need to figure out who and what you care about most" Talks with Crows is the story of a remarkable, real-life hero whose skills and successes lead him to the door of the governor's office, and whose weaknesses threaten his family, his career and his future. Read Talks with Crows to see who gets the blanket and who gets the cold toes.