The ideal, genuine man

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Philtrum Press, 1987 - Fiction - 276 pages
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Herman Marshall, a retired truck driver tries to cope with his wife's cancer and his own feelings of growing old

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Review: The Ideal, Genuine Man

User Review  - Mike Thorn - Goodreads

This novel brings to mind the intensity of despair found in the works of Jim Thompson and Hubert Selby Jr. It also shares both writers' penchants for regional vernacular and intricate, interior POV It ... Read full review

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User Review  - Terry West - Goodreads

Brilliant slow burn about a man pushed too far by life and circumstances. Robertson was a master. Read full review

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