(From the publisher):
Richard sees treasure everywhere. In that old eight-track quadraphonic stereo, that pink granite bowling ball, or a Niagara Falls napkin holder. While most people scramble for the newest and the best, Richard searches for the odd and obsolete - and sells it at his second-hand shop on the edge of Detroit. Why does he do it? For Richard, junk is a way of life, a calling, and a passion. Until his comfortable second-hand life gets a first-hand jolt.
Richard's mother has died, and left behind a valuable house full of packed-away junk - including some old photos that will change everything Richard thought about his parents. And then there's the hip, thrift-attired woman who comes into his store with more than junk on her mind....Suddenly some very unexpected things are entering Richard's life, including some surprising revelations about love and loss - and what's really important in life.
Original title: Second Hand
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction