Bluesman, Book 2

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NBM Publishing, Mar 1, 2006 - Fiction - 80 pages
10 Reviews
Reeling from the tragedy that engulfed him at the end of Book One, traveling bluesman musician Lem flees the scene of the crime even as he copes with his loss of his best friend and musician partner. Unfortunately for him, the powers-that-be aren't about to let the murder of a white bootlegger's son go without extracting a pound of flesh from someone. Can Lem escape before his pursuers discover his involvement? This thriller, set in the early days of the blues, follows the life of traveling musicians who would roam from one juke joint to another in the South.

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Review: Bluesman: Book 1 (Bluesman)

User Review  - Paul Young - Goodreads

Great combination of story and art. Looking forward to picking up the next book. Read full review

Review: Bluesman: Book 1 (Bluesman)

User Review  - Tom - Goodreads

Follows 2 traveling musicians just living off the kindness of people who enjoy their music. Paints a good picture of the typical musician life back in the day. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
4
Section 2
9
Section 3
22

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