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Sam's Place: Stories by Bob Mustin

AuthorMike Ink Publishing
$14.99 paperback, $7.99 e-book
ISBN: 978-0-9852146-6-1
March 2013
Fiction
Available at your local bookstore or www.Amazon.com

Justice can be tough at Sam's Place, but the good times are better than good.

Step inside 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.

Bob Mustin has had a brief naval career and a longer one as a civil engineer, and has been a North Carolina Writers' Network writer-in-residence at Peace College under the late Doris Betts' guiding hand. In the early '90s, he was the editor of a small literary journal, The Rural Sophisticate, based in Georgia. His work has appeared in The Rockhurst Review, Elysian Fields Quarterly, Cooweescoowee, Under The Sun, Gihon River Review, Reflections Literary Journal, and many sites in electronic form. His website is www.bobmustin.com.

 
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