A novel by Marc Pietrzykowski.
This is the story of a series of bad decisions involving ice cream trucks, Al-Qaeda, bibliomania, college towns, qat, needle-nose pliers, unhappy policemen, glow-in-the-dark bocce, black swans, the witness protection program, frozen pizza, and the CIA (or maybe it wasn’t the CIA). Not necessarily in that order.
Praise for Music Box Dancer:
“With dark humor and a brilliantly honed command of language, Marc Pietrzykowski has crafted a surprising, hilarious, and touching first novel […] one of the most entertaining and original novels I have recently read.” —Aimée Jodoin, Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman