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Stuff Dreams Are Made of (Stuff #2)

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While their last venture was hardly crowned with success, James Lessor and Skip Moore, (and their white box truck) are back. When Reverend Preston Cashdollar and his traveling tent revival come to town, James and Skip reinvent themselves--as holy rollers. But these two aren't seeking salvation; they're seeking the Almighty dollar. After all, Cashdollar's prosperity gospel ...more
Hardcover, 292 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Oceanview Publishing
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Evelyn
Jan 14, 2010 Evelyn rated it liked it
Shelves: funny, mystery
Amatuer slueths and best friends Skip More and James Lessor are at it again. This time they form a company called Lessor More Catering by revamping James's cube truck into a food wagon to sell burgers at a local reverend's revivalist tent. As the money flows in, they soon learn that people who cross the good reverend Cashdollar wind up dead.

This is book 2 of the hysterically funny series and it flows like an episode of Dumb and Dumber. You can help but feel for these "regular guys" and their si
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Aug 08, 2011 Jonathan Burt rated it liked it
2nd book of the series - not nearly as entertaining as the first. One left, and I still like it enough to give the guys one more chance.
Becky
Oct 24, 2011 Becky rated it liked it
Skip and James are back and planning to use the truck for a tent revival. Funny and fun, though not quite as great as Stuff to Die For.
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Don Bruns is a writer, novelist, musician, songwriter, painter, cook, advertising executive and stand up comic who has no idea what he wants to be when he grows up. He's the author of nine books and was editor of the mystery/music anthology A Merry Band Of Murderers.

Don's published novels cover two series. One, a Caribbean thriller collection and two, the Stuff series, a humorous look at two twen
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