The Miracle Myth Dennis Taylor Author
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In the dusty, one-stoplight town of Durwood, Oklahoma, nobody commands more attention than Dewayne Miracle Moses, who was once the whole package: handsome, charismatic, and the greatest high school athlete the county had ever seen. Two decades and too many screw-ups later, a paunchy Miracle works for Roto-Rooter and plays slow-pitch softball, mixing bluster with beer to deny his squandered potential and dead-end future. The Miracle Myth is a rowdy humor novel about the self-proclaimed king of a wind-blown redneck town, and the emasculating conflicts that arise when middle age begins to catch up. Snarky, small-town politics become monumental when Durwood's new golden boy - the youngest of a clan of weird, hayseed brothers - returns from college. Conflicts intensify among the town's quirky characters when rumors spread that the young stud might be gay.


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