Sam's Place: Stories
Bob Mustin (Author)
DescriptionStep inside Sam's and you can play a game of eight ball, nurse a beer, or get to know a wayward preacher, a reformed hooker, an Iraq vet amputee - or Sam himself. You may watch a baby being born, see a deadly knife fight, or simply hear tall tales. But there's always a rough-hewn truth within the lies, and Sam's there to manage everything from birth to death with a righteous cant. All things considered, it isn't a bad world. Sam's Place is a collection of interwoven short stories that revolve around a local watering hole in the Alabama town of Striven. Pull up a chair and get to know the locals in this powerful and entertaining world that is Sam's Place.
March 25, 2013
5.0 X 0.55 X 8.0 inches | 0.59 pounds
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About the Author
Bob Mustin has had a brief Naval career and a longer one as a civil engineer. In the 1990s he was the editor of a Georgia-based literary journal, The Rural Sophisticate, and was later a North Carolina Writer's Network Writer in Residence at Peace College in Raleigh.