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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!...

Title : Big Doin's At The Chinese Baptist Church [Tales of Mckinleyville Book 1]
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ISBN : 9781880053027
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 234 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Big Doin's At The Chinese Baptist Church [Tales of Mckinleyville Book 1] Reviews

  • Joyce
    2019-01-11 21:26

    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
    2019-01-12 21:24

    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.

  • Perry Bradford-Wilson
    2019-01-09 17:18

  • Perry Bradford-Wilson
    2018-12-19 20:23