The Devil and Preston Black (Murder Ballads and Whiskey) (Paperback)

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Preston Black has a nasty habit of falling in love with the wrong women. But girls who don't play nice are the least of his problems. This charismatic bar-band guitarist isn't washed-up, but he's about to be. He's broke, he's tired of playing covers and he's obsessed with the Curse of 27. If he doesn't wise up he'll be adding 'deal with the devil' to his list. Lucky for Preston, he has help: an angelic beauty who matches him note for note and a music professor who deciphers the old Appalachian curses binding Preston to a song that is his only shot at redemption. And when things get real bad, he has the ghost of John Lennon to remind him that "nothing is real." Let Raw Dog Screaming Press author Jason Jack Miller take you to a place where love is forever even when death isn't, where magic doesn't have to be seen to be believed, where a song might be the only thing that saves your soul.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781935738305
ISBN-10: 1935738305
Publisher: Raw Dog Screaming Press
Publication Date: January 28th, 2013
Pages: 228
Language: English
Series: Murder Ballads and Whiskey

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