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Posted on Sep 8, 2013 by in Books, Fiction, Mike Palecek | 0 comments

List Price: $14.95

Publication Date:
Sep 30 2010
0980135451 / 9780980135459
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5″ x 8.5″
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Political

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by Mike Palecek

Twin brothers in MInneapolis-St. Paul — one a revolutionary priest, the other the warden of the local penitentiary — battle in the streets and from the rooftops. It’s a sibling rivalry: rich vs.poor, yuppies against the gangs of the ghetto, the Kiwanis Club meets the prison yard weightlifters.

It’s walleye sizzling in the crisp north woods air and dirty diapers in the gutter. It’s food on a stick, a seat on the third-base line, and halftime mud wrestling between Dorothy Day and Mary Tyler Moore, in this one-of-a-kind American metropolis.

About the author:
Formerly a prisoner for peace, newspaper reporter, and political candidate, Mike Palecek is a prolific writer of fiction that is a disturbing mix of the realistic with the outrageous and bizarre. Mike sees what is happening in America and tells it like it is.

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