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In The Wake Of The Flagship

In The Wake of the Flagship cover photoFEATURED BOOK OFF THE SHELF:

“Continuing the story started in The El Cholo Feeling Passes, Barton’s newest novel finds college basketball coach Richard Janus in an unlikely position: he has recently become the interim rector of Urban University, the woefully underfunded public college of Choctaw, Alkansea.

When Choctaw is devastated by a major hurricane, Janus must battle with the unscrupulous heads of flagship ASU to keep Urban, the school he loves, from closing its doors forever.

Told through the eyes of Metacom, the legendary Indian sachem of King Philip’s War, Flagship is a blistering (and often hilarious) examination of the contradictions implicit in the American experience.” (via Amazon)

WRBH’s Book Off The Shelf program airs Monday through Friday at 2:30PM and again at 10:30PM. Your reader for this book is Cameron Gamble and the music used for the open and close is: 


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