A Little More Primitive by Josh Langston
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Living on the edge of a Wyoming desert, Tori Lanier has seen her share of strange things. Not the least of which is Mato, a two-foot tall native American Indian whose outlook on life is as indomitable as his spirit.

In this delightful sequel to "The Little Primitive," readers not only get reacquainted with the title character, but the love of his life, too. And no Josh Langston novel would be complete without a memorable supporting cast. This time it's a wannabe mobster, an angelic stripper, a pair of villains who can't even *spell* ETHICS, and some fishermen who don't play by anyone's rules.

When Mato returns to Tori's remote cabin with his diminutive sweetheart, the lives of all three become entangled in a bizarre plot that threatens the existence of Mato's entire tribe. Nothing short of a race across the country and a pitched battle with an evil entrepreneur in his armed camp will save the tiny lovers, and their clan from total disaster.

In the process, Tori finds a love of her own. Naturally, the secrecy that might save Mato's people stands between Tori and her own soul mate.

About Josh Langston

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Josh Langston has been a writer all his life, beginning as a child in Minneapolis, MN, and continuing to his current residence in Marietta, GA, which he shares with his bride of four decades, their two undisciplined mutts, and an indeterminate number of under-sized goldfish.A graduate of Georgia State University with a degree in Journalism, Josh's writing tastes quickly shifted away from non-fiction. His short stories have been published in a variety of magazines and anthologies.
Published January 17, 2014 by Janda Books. 454 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance. Fiction

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