I got a new first edition of one of my favorite books so I'll give you my old, library copy of it for free. First come first serve.
Fay is the literary sequel to Joe by Larry Brown. Joe was just adapted to film starring Nicolas Cage in the first performance he's given in years that isn't a laughable attempt to make money in as many movies as he can a year. Seriously, it's a good movie and Nic Cage is talented even if he never turns down a role.
Publisher's synopsis of Fay:
She's had no education, and you can't call what her father's been trying to give her "love." So at seventeen, Fay Jones leaves home, carrying a purse with half a pack of cigarettes and two dollar bills. She's headed for the bright lights and big times of Biloxi, and even she knows she needs help getting there. But help's not hard to come by when you look like Fay. There's a highway patrolman who gives her a lift, with a detour to his own place. There are truck drivers who pick her up, no questions asked. There's a crop duster with money for a night or two on the town. There's a strip-joint bouncer who deals on the side. And in the end, there are five dead bodies stacked in Fay's wake.
Picture of the book: http://m.imgur.com/LOTUDd5
Can you PM here? Or tweet me @chrislivesart. Somebody might want it based on the community tag. Or they were joking