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  Munseys: High Priest of California

High Priest of California

Charles Willeford
Pulp Fiction
Bibliography: p. [7] (2nd group)


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Language: eng

Reviews:
(By: Celviano)
No weird cults in this one - the title is a satirical reference to the main character\'s profession of used-car salesman - instead, you get the tale of a nihilistic sociopath who doesn\'t care who he tramples as he moves through a keenly detailed period San Francisco. Willeford has created one of the bleakest portraits of masculinity to ever be wrapped between the covers of a pulp and, if you have the stomach for it, it\'s a hell of a ride.

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