While researching the online archives of The Providence Journal, writer Anna Matteo makes a keying error-a simple mistake that leads her to a path she'd been avoiding most of her life; on a journey inside the world of her father, Paulie Matteo, killed gangland-style more than two decades ago.
Driven by fate and goaded by a Muse in the persona of writer Amy Tan, Anna delves into her painful and unresolved past, to uncover the truth about her father-dubbed The Invisible Man.
Employing philosophical insight and a sardonic wit, Schiano vividly takes the reader through myriad brush strokes as her character paints the unfinished portraits of both her father and herself.
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