Big Doin's At The Chinese Baptist Church [Tales of Mckinleyville Book 1]

Big Doin s At The Chinese Baptist Church Tales of Mckinleyville Book The first Tales Of McKinleyville book Big Doin s At The Chinese Baptist Church is a new humor novel which has been compared to the work of Garrison Keillor Tom Bodett and Patrick McManus It contain

  • Title: Big Doin's At The Chinese Baptist Church [Tales of Mckinleyville Book 1]
  • Author: Perry Bradford-Wilson
  • ISBN: 9781880053027
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback
  • The first Tales Of McKinleyville book, Big Doin s At The Chinese Baptist Church is a new humor novel which has been compared to the work of Garrison Keillor, Tom Bodett, and Patrick McManus It contains three interrelated stories about Huckleberry Puhzz, all American Big Doin s At The Chinese Baptist Church, in which we are introduced to Huck, his brother Bubba, andThe first Tales Of McKinleyville book, Big Doin s At The Chinese Baptist Church is a new humor novel which has been compared to the work of Garrison Keillor, Tom Bodett, and Patrick McManus It contains three interrelated stories about Huckleberry Puhzz, all American Big Doin s At The Chinese Baptist Church, in which we are introduced to Huck, his brother Bubba, and a neighboring community s statue of a doomed President The Return Of The Teapot Dome, in which Huck runs for public office, the town s black widow stalks new prey, and a nearby mountain is climbed And The Marriage Proposal, in which love letters arrive from Hollywood and the whereabouts of the notorious Hunsey Bourcarte are finally revealed A book that will keep you laughing from the first page until the last

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    • Joyce says:

      I read this as a Kindle book. It turned out to be a collection of stories set in the small California town of Mckinleyville. It was definitely humorous. It reminded me of stories set in the South featuring small town redneck people. I wouldn't rate it at the same level as Garrison Keillor or Tom Bodett but it was definitely entertaining.

    • Craig says:

      The blurb compares it to the works of Keillor, Bodett (my favorite), and McManus. It is definitely in the same vein as these writer's works. I found it not quite as funny and entertaining as their works, but still well worth reading and quite enjoyable. I hope the writer keeps publishing and getting better.

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