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Sex, drugs and rock and roll. What more does a novel need?

Be prepared to take a trip when reading When Life Was Like a Cucumber by Greg Wyss. This trip will be unlike any one you have ever taken before. That is unless you were in your 20s, living in the late 1960s and early 1970s on the East coast, USA....read more 

  
 
 
Book By Author:  Brian C Kaufman

 
 Sins in Blue
 
 History
 
 1944715592 978-1944715595
 
 Black Rose Writing
 
 

 It's the 1960s, and nothing reflects the cultural revolution more than music. When Kennedy Barnes, a runaway teen, stumbles upon a rock and roll song recorded by a blues musician in the 1930s, he heads west in search of the man behind the music. Willie Johnson, ex-bluesman, is a motel laundry worker with a bad hip and a dark past. When Kennedy arrives with the promise of riches, Willie wonders if he's finally getting his shot at the big time. But is fame worth the cost of dredging up past sorrows? Sins in Blue is a novel about lost dreams, crippling grief, and the healing power of an unlikely friendship.

 

 
Date Reviewed:   

15-08-2020



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Brian Kaufman Author:  Brian C Kaufman

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Brian Kaufman writes textbooks by day and novels by night. He lives in the Colorado mountains with his wife and dog. If he's not writing, he's playing guitar. Sleep is not an option.

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 https://authorbriankaufman.com/