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The sixties were a time of loss for the people of northern Alabama and southern Tennessee. “King Cotton” once ruled the land but now, with larger farms and better equipment, the mules and the sacks draped over the shoulders were disappearing. Gone were the sharecroppers and gone were the small farms. Hope had turned to hopelessness and worry. The two constants that remained out of all the despair were the stills and the whiskey runners. Long-haul runners with large tanks were replaced with a new breed of runners. They were holding on to their steering wheels and their dreams of that one lucky break. They were the delivery boys to the southern Tennessee beer joints and were willing to do anything to find that gold at the end of the rainbow, even if it meant killing someone. It took a bootlegger’s daughter to teach them how to find that dream and how to kill.
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Book Description PublishAmerica, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # INGM9781608368457
Book Description PublishAmerica. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 1608368459. Seller Inventory # 055677