Martin Clark. The Many Aspects of Mobile Home Living. New York: Knopf, 2000.

When Judge Martin Wheeler agrees to help the no-good brother of a friend who’s up on a drug charge, he is quickly sucked into the lives of a group of oddball characters on a mission to recover a bounty of stolen cash. Set in the fictional Piedmont town of Norton, N.C., near Winston-Salem, the novel follows Wheeler and his strange new friends through the seedy underside of contemporary southern life.

Check this title’s availability in the UNC Library Catalog.

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