Miss Me When I’m Gone is the story of Cyrus Harper, a failed folksinger trying to salvage his talents and flee his past, and Margaret Bowman, a murderess set on kidnapping her daughter.
Stephens has written a novel that illuminates the slow decline and degradation of Middle America, a topic he clearly feels passionately about. . . . I recommend Miss Me When I’m Gone to anyone who is unafraid of facing an honest story that takes you deep into the world of struggling musicians, desperate mothers, meth [...]