The Truth about Chupacabras - Mi Vida, Tu Vida, la Mordidaby Jack Holland
But that dream will have to wait as a lifetime of adventure is about to be hatched down on the border at
The Dry Hole Pump Company is drilling for oil in the middle of the Rio Grande River without any permits as Prunel Duboise slams back one more Dr. Jim and dreams about an island somewhere out in the Pacific where a band of surfing Aborigines awaits his arrival.
But that dream will have to wait as a lifetime of adventure is about to be hatched down on the border at Rosita's Half Moon Tequila House.
The Truth About Chupacabras is a humorous tale of border folly that explores the under belly of Laredo, Texas and takes the reader back to the wild days when South Texas chupacabras roamed in packs in downtown Laredo, chupacabra hunters became legendary, wife swapping was rampant, tequila flowed like wine, money flowed like oil, and gold plated belt buckles were sold in six-packs.
Not recommended for teetotalers, Arkansas Democrats, or those prone to being easily offended by general debauchery and historical recollection.
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