Where the Sun Don't Shine
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In 1969, an underground mine fire lit the fuse on a Pennsylvania town.
In 2002, with the land scarred and virtually every house swept off the map, the few who remain in this desolate, lawless place will discover something there worth a fight.
Gunther Gott is a dive bartender at the last business operating in town. He has few friends. He’s in love with a nice girl who doesn’t exactly second the emotion. He’s accomplished nothing in this life except how to achieve the perfect “pour,” and doesn’t see a whole lot of reasons to push beyond that. But there are others in town who want to take what little he has.
A single gunshot will put him on a new path.
A second gunshot will push him down it.
And when Gunther realizes the truth about this long-dead town, he will become the one man nobody expects defending the one place nobody wants. And doing it for the best reason: Payback.
“There's great poetry in slow decay, and Zimmerman's eye for texture finds fertile ground in the crumbling, anthracite coal underbelly of this fictional PA town. In a world of pre-fab reality TV shows and silicone everything, the characters in Where the Sun Don't Shine remind the reader that there's a real world out there, warts, sinkholes, sawed-off shotguns, and all. Go ahead, pull up a stool. You'll like what he's pouring.” --Matt Bean, Spike TV's "The Playbook"
- 5,49 €
- Category: Crime & Thrillers
- Published: 21 February 2011
- Publisher: Mike Zimmerman
- Print Length: 288 Pages
- Language: English