Midnight and Sometimes Later

"Midnight and Sometimes Later" is a railroad novel: a tale of blue-collar workers who moved freight from town to Midwestern town radiating out from Minneapolis. It stews in the Minneapolis West Bank community, a post-hippie culture of bars, cafes, and ramshackle apartments backing up to the Mississippi. A tale of American mendacity and excess in the waning days of the lie-filled Nixon presidency. More

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About Richard Mosher

Born in India, Richard Mosher grew up in Ithaca, NY, attended Antioch College, and has lived in France, Costa Rica, New York City, the Dominican Republic, Ireland, and Minnesota. He's worked on the railroad, in trees (trimming elms in Maine), in an auto plant, and in classrooms, teaching. He's also driven taxis in NYC and driven a nursery school van in Minnesota. Mosher's published novels include "The Taxi Navigator" (1996) and "Zazoo" (2001); this is his first ebook to appear. Others will follow soon.

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