Brothers and Sons

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iUniverse, Aug 10, 2006 - Fiction
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Cerberus was their Dad's dog. You had to tell people he was a dog because it was hard to tell at first glance. Cerberus was the abomination that happens when a miniature dachshund gets a poodle intoxicated enough to think that a dachshund is sexy. "

While visiting their mother in a rural Louisiana community, brothers John and James discover a surprising clue left by their deceased father that leads them on a treasure hunt. Unaccustomed to the small-town life that their parents lived, the two brothers are continually caught in comedic predicaments in their search for the treasure.

Accompanied by a strange little dog named Cerberus, John and James must interact with a colorful menagerie of characters. There's Zebulun Wakefield, the odd man who lives down the road; Wiggles, the man with a "tail"; and Monet Johnson, the local artist. With the help of several clever and sometimes unscrupulous citizens, the brothers piece together the history of a long-lost town and a treasure that was possibly lost with it.

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