The Western Lonesome Society

The Western Lonesome Society

Book - 2015
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Jim O'Brien, a college professor, is writing a quixotic saga of his ancestors who grew up with a tribe of Comanche. As his grip on reality loosens, O'Brien weaves into his tale an RV trip through the soul of the west and includes a whole host of characters such as modern day stalkers, drug dealers, secret agents, strippers, a mad linguist, an imaginary therapist, and Ernest Hemingway. Having been displaced, each of the characters must embark on the great American quest for a place to truly call home.
Publisher: Golden, Colorado : Conundrum Press, a division of Samizdat Publishing Group, 2015
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9781942280125
Characteristics: 123 pages ; 22 cm
Call Number: MCBREARTY, R


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