Julia Heaberlin’s new thriller “We Are All the Same in the Dark” is another of her looks at small-town Texas, and it begins with a wallop.
A young girl is found on the side of the road. Says the young man who discovers her: “She has a bad, bad, mystery to her. I can feel it deep in the hollow of my spook bone, the one my dad broke when I was a kid. My arm is never wrong.”