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Primetime - A Novel
     

Primetime - A Novel

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by Brian Harrison
 

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As the lone survivor of a drive by shooting in a little town in Michigan, Sam Maguire doesn't see the world the same way anymore. Not since the shooting.

Suddenly being a store clerk becomes more than a tedious job. Now Sam can see his customers and coworkers as they truly are. The scammers, the threats, the mentally unstable, the drunk, hell - even the

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As the lone survivor of a drive by shooting in a little town in Michigan, Sam Maguire doesn't see the world the same way anymore. Not since the shooting.

Suddenly being a store clerk becomes more than a tedious job. Now Sam can see his customers and coworkers as they truly are. The scammers, the threats, the mentally unstable, the drunk, hell - even the illiterate and smelly -- they all come through him. Pay him.

And if someone's rude? Well, Sam's not your average clerk anymore.

Primetime is a dark comedic novel with an inside look inspired by twelve years behind the grocery counter. Who is watching what you buy?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014571258
Publisher:
Brian Harrison
Publication date:
04/15/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
227 KB

Meet the Author

This is Brian Harrison's first published novel. He has worked over a decade in the grocery businesses, working nearly every position. He is also on the board of directors for The Dowagiac Dogwood Fine Arts Festival.

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Primetime - A Novel 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Truly an amazing piece of work. At some point in time, I think that we can all relate to a part of Sam's story, especially those who live in a small town. The author uses so many details and different characters, puts so much emotion into each chapter, and shows an extreme depth in thinking. For me, it wasn't possible to put it down before finishing it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
hilariously dark, touchingly sad, and yet hopeful delightful and actually made me look at my grocery clerk in a new light. As a customer even I can relate to much of what happens with Sam Gyle, a grocery clerk that survives a drive by-shooting. Definitely will reccommend to my other stay-at-home mom friends!