Lucius McCray by Gary McPherson is a collection of five humorous short stories which give glimpses into his life on his homestead in North Carolina. The first story tells of the adventures of his crazy cat, Pumpkin, who spent most of his life avenging himself for having been given a stupid name. This is followed by Lucius having a vasectomy performed by a mildly sadistic doctor, and where he finds that the reactions of men and women to the situation are poles apart. Then there’s a hilarious look at international toilet facilities; his attempts to protect his chickens from coyotes, and finally his day of running moonshine across state borders. …” 3 out of 4 stars – Helen Combe
Five Stars on Amazon Laugh out loud funny.
March 6, 2018 J. Burlein
There are five short stories in this book that follow some the adventures, and misadventures, of a good southern gentleman. Having lived in various parts of the South for most of my life the stories ring quite true; I would swear I’m reading an autobiography, not fiction. Always amusing and frequently laugh out funny it is a good read, well worth the digital dollar or even $5 hardcopy if you, like me, can’t stand reading on a tablet. Buy it, you won’t be disappointed. I can’t wait to read more.
Five Stars on Amazon Teresa
March 24, 2018
What a great book! Reminds me of growing up in the south!