The Redneck Books

The Redneck Books

 When speaking of his redneck books, John P. Schulz promises, ”You will laugh, you will cry, and the ladies will go “awwww.’”

John’s first book, the award-winning Requiem for a Redneck delivered on that promise and his new sequel, Redemption for a Redneck delivers on it again.

 As you read, the author’s  powers of description will take you through a hidden land populated by unique characters—an ex-convict with nightmares, a jailer’s widow, a bully, and a wonderful man with Down syndrome. Here’s what Raymond Atkins has to say:

 “In Redemption for a Redneck—the sequel to the award-winning Requiem for a Redneck—John P. Schulz reunites us with John the Plant Man and Kickstand as the two men continue their philosophical examination of the unique culture of rural Georgia.  Schulz is a natural storyteller, and he treats his subject with kindness and respect.  His characters—Boss Jack, Pork Chop, Brickyard, and Roadkill, to name but a few—will entertain readers of all ages.  Mark Twain, make some room; you have company.  John P. Schulz has arrived, and he intends to stay awhile”.–Raymond L Atkins, author of The Front Porch Prophet and Sorrow Wood.

Redemption for a Redneck,

Redemption for a Redneck by John P. SchulzThe award winning Requiem for a Redneck

Redemption for a Redneck starts as Kickstand tells John the Plant Man about being in jail. Kickstand has several adventures involving the jailer’s widow, a coon hound, and taming a bully. 

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The award winning Requiem for a Redneck

The award winning Requiem for a Redneck

Requiem for a Redneck begins with the death of Harce and  then goes into the strange cause of it. A hilarious tragedy

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We are also offering the set—A copy of both books joined with simulated duct tape for 23.95—A wonderful gift item.

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    Where to buy your books? Anne Smith

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