Mountain Time Synopsis
Set in Seattle, San Francisco, Montana, and Alaska, Mountain Time is the story of three intense relationships: between father and son, between sisters, and between lovers. These oldest quandaries of kinship and love are framed within the backdrop of highest places, the breathtaking mountain country that defines the American West.
Mitch Rozier, who has spent half his fifty years writing an environmental column for an urban weekly paper, finds himself back under his father's roof, caught up in the ordeal of obligation. His fellow Baby Boomers, the sisters Lexa and Mariah McCaskill, wrestle with a past that has driven them away from domesticity and far from their own roots. And the figure from the generation that produced them, World War II veteran Lyle, meanwhile is trying what might be called corrective arithmetic on his life. For all of them, the past refuses to stay past.
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