Underdog, Michael Z. Lewin
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Michael Z. Lewin

Underdog

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A moving and uproarious portrait of a modern American loser from the award-winning author of the Albert Samson Mysteries
Small-time hustler and ex-jailbird Jan Moro is trying hard to make an honest living for a change. Never at a loss for a story or a moneymaking idea, he discovers that finding a backer, or even a place to sleep, in the alleys and bars of Indianapolis can lead a guy into worlds of trouble.
Reminiscent of the works of Elmore Leonard, with its loquacious, larger-than-life protagonist and singular cast, Underdog is a comedy about life, death, and cashing in.
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