Fate and Angus McGrath
by Jean Jardine Miller
Marilyn refuses to bestow the traditional but unlucky McGrath first name on either of her sons. Her brother-in-law is not so superstitious. His child's journey, through childhood ADHD and adolescent rebellion, teen prostitution and drug addiction, rehabilitation and relapse, to eventual maturity and a too-early death, continually surfaces to impact on the lives of the family.