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 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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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.