Mooch: A Novel
Bruno Dante is the best boiler-room salesman in Los Angeles. There's only one problem: he can't keep a good thing going. When he becomes involved with a beautiful but dangerous fellow Orbit Computer Supplies employee—sexy ex-stripper, gangbanger, and crackhead Jimmi Valiente—Bruno's ready to chuck his job and his most recent twelve–step program. Leaping headfirst into an impossibly destructive love-hate relationship with the addictive Jimmi, Bruno finds it's not long at all before his world begins to spiral out of control . . . again.
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Review: MoochUser Review - Andrea Mullarkey - Goodreads
At the end of Chump Change I wondered if Fante would be able to keep up the pace for 3 more semi-autobiographical novels. I also wondered whether I could keep up if in fact he did. Now having read ... Read full review
Review: MoochUser Review - Steven Eggleton - Goodreads
Let me start by saying I like Dan Fante. I think he is a good writer. He's help fill the enormous void Bukowski left behind. But the guy is a little full of himself. He comes off kind of like a tool ... Read full review