Kurt Meyer's second novel tells the story of two souls thrown together by unlikely circumstances and raw desperation. Both bound by personal loss, they find redemption together amid the destruction of everything they love.
Susan Crandall, 2004 RITAc Winner for Best First Book and author of the new Simon and Schuster novel, WHISTLING PAST THE GRAVEYARD, offers praise for The Salvage Man:
“Set in a rapidly changing small town, The Salvage Man is in introspective journey into learning when to let go. Meyer delivers his tale with vivid imagery and evocative detail, lending such a strong sense of place and time you’ll believe you’ve actually walked in his main character’s shoes.”