Right Behind the Flag Kevin Heelen

ISBN: 9780822209508

Published: October 28th 1989

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Right Behind the Flag  by  Kevin Heelen

Right Behind the Flag by Kevin Heelen
October 28th 1989 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 0 pages | ISBN: 9780822209508 | 3.56 Mb

To Bernie, a tendentious, chauvinistic air-conditioning salesman, who has lived on New Yorks Upper West Side for most of his life, the city-and the country-are headed for big trouble. He laments the growing incivility and violence of urban life, andMoreTo Bernie, a tendentious, chauvinistic air-conditioning salesman, who has lived on New Yorks Upper West Side for most of his life, the city-and the country-are headed for big trouble. He laments the growing incivility and violence of urban life, and looks back fondly on the virtues and self-effacing heroism personified by his hero, General Robert E.

Lee. His theories are put to the test when his friend Frankie, the third generation owner of Sammys Barber Shop, on Columbus Avenue, is told he can name his price if he will sell out to a computer-fed pharmaceutical supply consortium, who claim that they want to be near the many fashionable bars and restaurants frequented by the neighborhoods resident yuppies. Actually, as Bernie suspects, the eager would-be buyers are drug dealers, and Bernie makes it his crusade to save Frankie from becoming a pawn of the forces of evil-which leads to a series of quirky, arresting and often antically funny scenes.

But, while Bernie ultimately persuades Frankie to fight back by remodeling his barber shop into a trendy Old-Time Barber Shoppe-Cafe, his victory is hardly complete, as the very people he seeks to discourage come pouring in anyway, unleashing a high-tech drug operation so sophisticated that, ironically, it becomes virtually unstoppable.



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