- 300 pages
- They Dont Dance Much
- James Ross
- 27 January 2018 James Ross
In This Classic Country Noir, Featuring A New Introduction By Daniel Woodrell, A Small Town Farmer Takes A Job At A Roadhouse, Where Unbridled Greed Leads To A Brutal Murder Jack McDonald Is Barely A Farmer Boll Weevils Have Devoured His Cotton Crop, His Chickens Have Stopped Laying Eggs, And Everything He Owns Is Mortgaged Even His Cow He Has No Money, No Prospects, And Nothing To Do But Hang Around Filling Stations, Wondering Where His Next Drink Will Come From As Far As Hooch Goes, There S No Place Like Smut Milligan S, Where Breath Of Spring Moonshine Sells For A Dollar A Pint A Bootlegger With An Entrepreneurial Spirit, Milligan Has Plans To Open A Roadhouse, And He Asks Jack To Run The Till The Music Will Be Hot, The Liquor Cheap, And The Clientele Rough But The Only Thing Stronger Than Milligan S Hooch Is His Greed, And Jack Is Slowly Drawn Into The Middle Of Smut S Dalliances With A Married Woman, The Machinations Of Corrupt Town Officials And A Savage Act Of Murder.
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