Port City Pagans

Port City Pagans

by Christopher B White
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Port City Pagans by Christopher B White

The Great Recession ripped through Florida's Panhandle with the merciless force of a category five hurricane.Its seemingly endless landfall spawned waves of business failures and foreclosures.In the midst of the devastation,a solitary songsmith played the honky tonks and tiki bars dotting the sugar white coast from Pensacola to Port St.Joe and beyond.
Known to his rapidly growing throng of ardent fans as the Flea Bitten Mongrel,the troubadour's words and music provided the salve their wearied souls desperately needed during this period of savage economic upheaval.Unbeknownst to them,the Flea Bitten Mongrel's lyrics merely hinted at the past that had put his real life alter-ego amongst the Great Recession's and life's most battered victims yet most determined survivors.With the growth of the Flea Bitten Mongrel's popularity came the opportunity for the man behind the stage name to reclaim what was rightfully his.

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BN ID: 2940015348040
Publisher: Palm Valley Productions, LLC
Publication date: 09/07/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 274
File size: 934 KB

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