Out At Keaton
A novel by Harry Bowen
Thirty years in the making, Out At Keaton debuts as Harry Bowen’s first novel taking readers on an intertwining journey of three boyhood friends as they become men. From hunting squirrels in their backyards as adolescents, to falling in love at college and performing a dance at the Governor’s Ball, through the sweltering heat of the Amazon River on a missionary assignment, to the unyielding perils of the wave-ripped Gulf of Mexico, their lives change. A surgeon, a missionary, and an artist, all are obsessed with a woman of unparalleled beauty. But why? Fraught with lust, love, courage, and deceit, they reunite at Keaton.