This book is bargain priced from 06/30/2014 until 07/04/2014
Famous Texas bluesman Coyote Jack has agreed to join British band The Bluebirds for a one night gig at their home venue. Freshly dumped by his fiancee, singer Charlie French is hoping that this will be the start of something big for him and his friends. Alas, Charlie’s blues have only just begun. A series of misfortunes threatens to clip the Bluebirds’ wings, and as Coyote Jack staggers from one calamity to the next the bluesman’s credibility is swiftly called into question.
Spanning a single Saturday afternoon and culminating in a riotous musical climax the novel traces the disintegration of the band and the gradual unmasking – and redemption – of the clownish Coyote Jack. Forced to face their respective truths the Bluebirds find themselves struggling to make sense of their lives, their loyalties and the blues itself as the clock ticks down and a full house gathers…
Targeted Age Group: 16+
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What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I’ve always been a massive blues fan, and have played in various bands since I was a teenager. I’ve also had the pleasure of supporting a variety of great visiting blues musicians…and some not so great ones. This novel takes one of those experiences as its nucleus. I’ve also used the novel to explore the various dynamics that go on underneath the surface of a group of people united by their love of music, if little else.
About the Author:
Paul Bisson was born in 1976 on the Channel Island of Jersey. Having attended Liverpool University he spent five years teaching English at a secondary school in North London, before returning to Jersey in 2002, where he currently lectures at a local college. He’s been writing short stories and novels since he was this high; recently he’s acquired the knack of finishing them. Come say hello to @LeBiss on Twitter, or for a more general sift of his wares go directly to www.paulbisson.com.
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