Saltwater Cowboysby Bill Morris
Lately, sea turtles have been turning up in the most unusual places around Croaker Neck, a small coastal fishing village in the Down East region of North Carolina. Dodge Lawson sets out to learn who is behind the eco-pranks. He fears it might be his friends-a dying breed of backwater buckaroos struggling to retain their traditions and self-sufficient way of life.
When a Yankee filmmaker down to his last reel shows up in town, the pranks escalate and events spiral out of control.
Author Bio: Bill Morris, a graduate of Duke University, splits time between the Durham area and Carteret County, NC, where Saltwater Cowboys is set. His fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Real Fiction, The Dead Mule, Urban Hiker, Spectator, and the Best of the O. Henry Festival 2003. His story "Dinah's Dog" won the 2003 Doris Betts Prize for Short Fiction.
- Coastal Carolina Press
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