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A literary thriller of crime, racism, small-town Southern politics, and amateur rugby.With a plot worthy of John Grisham, outrageous characters worthy of Harry Crews, and marvelous writing all his own, Jay Atkinson has produced a debut novel that will garner both critical and commercial success. Centered on a quirky, rowdy group of friends in a small Southern town who happen to delight in the delicate savagery of rugby, Caveman Politics is the story of what happens when one of the group -- Mike Melendez, its only black player -- is accused of raping a white woman.Full of dirty realism, hard-boiled characters, intrigue, brutality, romance, and the low-down caveman politics of life, this novel announces the arrival of an unforgettable new talent.
January 01, 1999
6.41 X 1.13 X 9.5 inches | 1.41 pounds
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