Southern Comfort by Michael Largo

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"Southern Comfort is realistic convincing characters, brilliant dialogue; it's set in the Florida swampland where there's endless mud, dampness; night roads, dim rooms, fishing for catfish and deepsea fishing for sailfish; alliagators and slamming screen doors. A profusion of detailed description celebrates life while, thematically. Largo explores the mystery of death as transformation." LIBRARY JOURNAL

About Michael Largo

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Michael Largo is the author of God's Lunatics, Genius and Heroin, The Portable Obituary, the Bram Stoker Award-winning Final Exits: The Illustrated Encyclopedia of How We Die, and three novels. He is the former editor of New York Poetry and the researcher/archivist for the film company Allied Artists. He lives in Florida with his family.
Published March 3, 1977 by Tropical Press, Inc. 144 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The 1999 publication of Largo's second novel, Lies Within, occasions this reprint of the author's 1977 glimpse into Florida's backwoods trailer lowlife, which centers around alcoholic antihero Earl Johnson Tucker.

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