“People ignore it, mostly,” she said, “the way they always ignore things they don’t understand… as long as they can, anyway.”
In a shed belonging to a Pennsylvania police precinct, an old Buick has been standing for some time. It’s not anything as simple as haunted – like Christine, for instance. In fact, the main theme of the book may well be the frustration of not being able to solve a mystery. Curt Wilcox, and then his son Ned, try their best though – and on the way a portrait of a small police station is painted.
Sort of an anti-book in some ways and may leave some readers dissatisfied. Can’t honestly say that it’s one my personal favorites, although I appreciate what King is trying to do here (at least, what I think he’s trying to do).