Ballad of a Broken World 

Justin St. Germain's memoir, Son of a Gun, is a striking debut by a former Tucsonan

Justin St. Germain calls Sept. 20, 2001, the last day his heart was whole. A 20-year-old UA student worried about flunking out, St. Germain rode his bike home that afternoon, the mile ride from campus whizzing by in the late summer sun…

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