Inside the Skull of David Priest
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Inside the Skull of David Priest

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Twenty-four hours in the life of bartender David Priest. By a twenty year restaurant veteran. Happy-hour. After hours. Stay up late until it's early again. Drink. Eat. Drink. Sex and drugs. Music. Do it all over again.

The pretty and dirty, the clean and ugly in the lives of bartenders, waiters, cocktailers, cooks and criminals.

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Published March 5th 2012 by Smashwords
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Sam
I've put this under humour as I found David Priest's take on those customers that enter his bar rather amusing, providing quite a different take on the social life of the modern world. While there were some moments that I found a tad annoying and utterly shameful, it all worked well together and seemed surprisingly realistic. Worth a read but not for those who are easily offended!
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