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The Standard Grand
by Jay Baron Nicorvo


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When an Army trucker goes AWOL before her third deployment, she ends up sleeping in Central Park. There, she meets a Vietnam vet and widower who inherited a tumbledown Borscht Belt resort. Converted into a halfway house for homeless veterans, the Standard and its two thousand acres over the Marcellus Shale Formation is coveted by a Houston-based multinational company.  Read more...


 
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Overview

When an Army trucker goes AWOL before her third deployment, she ends up sleeping in Central Park. There, she meets a Vietnam vet and widower who inherited a tumbledown Borscht Belt resort. Converted into a halfway house for homeless veterans, the Standard and its two thousand acres over the Marcellus Shale Formation is coveted by a Houston-based multinational company. Toward what end, only a corporate executive knows.

With three violent acts at its center a mauling, a shooting, a mysterious death decades in the past and set largely in the Catskills, The Standard Grand spans an epic year in the lives of its diverse cast: a female veteran protagonist, a Mesoamerican lesbian landman, a mercenary security contractor keeping secrets and seeking answers, a conspiratorial gang of combat vets fighting to get peaceably by, and a cougar along with appearances by Sammy Davis, Jr. and Senator Al Franken. All of the characters soldiers, civilians struggle to discover that what matters most is not that they ve caused no harm, but how they make amends for the harm they ve caused.

The Standard Grand confronts a glaring cultural omission: the absence of women in our war stories. Like the best of its characters who aspire more to goodness than greatness this American novel hopes to darn a hole or two in the frayed national fabric.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781250108944
  • ISBN-10: 1250108942
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publish Date: April 2017
  • Page Count: 368


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