Every Man's Hand by Jake Mosher
A Novel

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A raucous, hilarious novel from a bold new voice in the American West.

About Jake Mosher

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Jake Mosher grew up in northern Vermont. A former Golden Gloves boxer, he has worked as a logger, miner, fishing guide, and reporter. His first novel is The Buffalo Runners. He lives in Butte, Montana.
Published July 1, 2002 by The Lyons Press. 272 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Buff, his demure but sexy caseworker at the unemployment office, comes through with a job referral in the nick of time: There’s a blind, 88-year-old German movie star named Andrea Kauffman in Butte who needs a personal assistant for a few hours each week.

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In desperate arrears with his rent and his bar tab, Billy keeps an appointment with his employment counselor, Buff, who endures Billy's childish jokes about her name and finds him a job as companion to 80-year-old blind German actress Andrea Kauffman, who speaks heavily accented English ("Vat do ...

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