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Soul Enchilada

By: David Macinnis Gill
Narrated by: Michelle Carmen Gomez
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Eunice "Bug" Smoot was 13 years old when her grandfather put her soul up as collateral on his dream car -- a classic 1958 Cadillac Biarritz. Now, five years later, Papa C is dead and buried, and Bug is trying to make it on her own by delivering pizzas and staying one step ahead of her landlord. And then the repo man arrives. Only Mr. Beals -- stinking to high heaven of rotten eggs and sporting leathery wings -- is not just any repo man... just as Pesto, Bug's longtime unrequited crush, is not just any car wash attendant.

Set in El Paso, Texas, this debut novel is peppered with car chases, basketball, a séance, true love, immigrant agents of a totally different sort, and, oh yeah, the Devil himself. Mostly, though, it features an irrepressible, memorable, wisecracking, absolutely fearless main character who will stop at nothing to win her freedom and protect her free will.

©2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc. (P)2009 David Macinnis Gill

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