A thriller, and a whacking good thriller, too-shows how much can be done by a writer who knows his business-the best novel of its kind in ten years!-"New York Times" First published in 1976, "Cutter and Bone" is the story of the obsession of Cutter, a scarred and crippled Vietnam veteran and his attempt to convince his buddy, Bone, that the latter witnessed a murder committed by the conglomerate tycoon, JJ Wolfe. Captivated by Cutter's demented logic, Bone is prepared to cross the country with Cutter in search of proof of the murder. Their quest takes them into the Ozarks-home base of the Wolfe empire-where Bone discovers that Cutter is not pursuing a murderer so much as the great enemy itself, "them," the very demons that have dogged his life. A prolific writer, Newton Thornburg lives in upstate New York. His novels include "A Man's Game, To Die in California, Dreamland, The Lion at the Door," and "Eve's Men."