Where the Sun Don't Shine [NOOK Book]

Overview

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...
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Where the Sun Don't Shine

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Overview

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 Zim's pouring.” --Matt Bean, Spike TV's "The Playbook"
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012229601
  • Publisher: Mike Zimmerman
  • Publication date: 2/21/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 671 KB

Meet the Author

Mike Zimmerman has written in many genres. In fiction, he's published numerous short stories and written 11 psuedonymous young adult novels in horror, espionage, and romance. He's an award-winning financial writer and is also a contrubiting editor to Men's Health magazine. His nonfiction books include the Men's Health Big Book of Food & Nutrition and The Impact Body Plan. Where the Sun Don't Shine is the first of many eBook novels and stories he will publish.
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