The breakout first novel from author Jimmy Pete, Peaceful Sundays is a laugh-out-loud parody of American society: a rollicking ride through the world of corrupt cops, white collar criminals, racists, sexists, homophobes, and Jesus Christ the Heavenly Father Almighty. Hilarious and poignant, the story follows Da'Ndre Goldstein, a 29-year-old biracial orphan drifter, as he flees the deep south with the dual intentions of both evading prosecution and finding his long-lost mother. Struggling against The Man, Da'Ndre cons, cajoles and escapes a cast of physically and emotionally scarred characters, until he finds the redemption that he never knew he was looking for. "More fun than reading the Bible!"
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About the Author
Jimmy Pete is a writer, musician, standup comedian, pilot, tinkerer and toker. He's made crowds laugh at the Washington DC Improv, New York's Broadway Comedy Club, and Winston's in San Diego. He has an English Literature degree from University of Virginia. He lives with his wife, cat, weed and veggie oil car somewhere south of the Mason-Dixon Line.