»Ms. Strand probably doesn’t mean to creep us out on her book’s dust jacket, where she writes that she “spends a lot of time on the road.” No matter. We’ve already been creeped out. Killer on the Road is a small book that carries a heavy load of unpleasant but important freight.«
In her book Killer on the Road: Violence and the American Interstate Ginger Strand examines the links between random killings and the soullessness bred by the Interstate System. Read the review by Dwight Garner at nytimes.com.