Call Me When You Land is a story of a dysfunctional family. The mother, Katie Olmstead, is a deeply troubled woman, an accomplished artist and a woman with a drinking problem that she denies and a temperamental 15-year-old son CJ who wants less to do with her every day. When Katie gets word that CJ’s estranged father has died and willed CJ his Harley-Davidson, the gift quickly becomes a wedge between CJ and his mother.
Faced with a bullying, overachieving sister she hasn’t spoken to in years, an on-again, off-again boyfriend she just can’t love, Katie finds support from her Uncle Walter who is dying from cancer. From his room on the third floor, Walter watches over them encouraging both Katie and CJ to redeem their family. This is a compelling first novel about a dysfunctional family.
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