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The Last of the Smoking Bartenders

The Last of the Smoking Bartenders
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C.J. Howell C.J. Howell


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Description: The Last of the Smoking Bartenders follows a drifter traversing the Arizona desert, leaving behind a path of destruction. Tom believes he is a secret agent deep undercover racing to stop terrorists from blowing up the Hoover Dam. Forced to live off the grid, without paper money because of tracking devices in the watermarks, and aided by a homeless raft guide and a band of meth dealing Navajos, he hunts down a terrorist network one Molotov cocktail at a time. But is it all a delusion? Are they actually killing innocent people? Chased by a beautiful but damaged FBI agent and a crossbow wielding psychopath, Tom must stay one step a ... (more)
Manufacturer: New Pulp Press
Release date: 14 October 2013
ISBN-10 : 0985578688 | ISBN-13: 9780985578688
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"Making movies/shows/books where you as the audience have to question what is real or not, is very hard to do without it making it seem like the writer is doing it just for weirdness' sake. This novel never feels like that as all the weird things in it inform the characters and story. The lead character, Tom, is not a typical protagonist you get and it never feels like Howell is judging him or the other characters. The novel kind of has the feeling of those movies that garner a large cult followi"

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