Cigerets, Guns & Beer

Cigerets, Guns & Beer

by Phillip T Stephens

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Overview

Cigerets, Guns & Beer by Phillip T Stephens

Dodd breaks up a convenience store robbery on his way through the tiny Texas town of Sweet Water Falls Texas. What�s the thanks he gets? The sheriff won�t let him leave, the car lot can�t find the parts for his vintage Mustang and he seems caught in a rivalry between women looking for some new blood.

It seems a family named Dodd were killed robbing the bank in the forties and a half million dollars was never found. Everyone thinks Dodd returned to find the missing money and no one intends to let him leave until he recovers the missing money and maybe, just maybe, a long lost flying saucer.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150079373
Publisher: Too Bright Girls Publishing
Publication date: 12/06/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 367 KB

About the Author

Phillip T. Stephens is a mythological character who evolved from a spin-off cult of the Church of the Subgenius called Our Lady of the Lady of the Lord of the Subtransgender in the late 1970s. In Subtransgender mythology Stephens was Bob Dobbs sidekick who dreamed of surpassing Dodds as the universe�s top salesman. In order to do so, he sold the Xists on plans to convert the earth to transgender only condos, which would, in essence, put a kibosh on the entire Subgenius sales pitch. Needless to say this subjected Stephens to the wrath of Bob who short sold all of Stephens� shares in America Online, causing the recession of 2000 and reducing Stephens into a clone of Pewee Herman. Many followers believe Stephens can now be seen as Jim Parsons on the Big Bang Theory with no awareness of who he truly is, but they are, of course, completely misguided.
Needless to say, the Church of the Subgenius in no way acknowledges Our Lady of the Lady of the Lord of the Subtransgender.
His wife Carol patiently waits for him to start behaving like a normal human being and devotes most of her time to patient babysitting andAustin Siamese Rescue.

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Cigerets, Guns & Beer 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Bookshiy More than 1 year ago
I have had my own case of mistaken identity in my time but what Dodd gets in this story takes the cake. He shows up in the small own of Sweet Water Falls, Texas saves a couple lives and then all the craziness begins.  Everyone wants a piece of him for one reason or another. How does he get out of it well...you'll have to read the  book. With Stephens back water hillbilly humor you kinda get lost in the story. The flow takes some getting used  to but once the story gets going it gets good. It is fast paced and full of dry wit. I have family in these types of town s and he has hit the head on the nail with his descriptive style. Disclosure: I received this product for free or almost  free or as a gift from company in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.