Reviews by Gary Roen
There are some strange and wonderful characters that fill the debut novel “The Never-open Desert Diner by James Anderson. Several of them are John, a preacher who drags around with him a life size cross, preaching the gospel wherever he goes, the Lacey brothers who have a secret that is finally revealed, Ben Jones a truck driver who is just trying to make ends meet and Walt Butterfield who owns a café that is bizarre. All are thrown together on the route of Ben Jones in Utah as he goes about his deliveries. “The Never-open Desert Diner” is a very polished first novel that has a charm that makes readers want to turn the pages and learn more about the characters.
The Never-Open Desert Diner
By James Anderson
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