On Sale: January 22, 2019
Featuring: Jackson Beekman; Jane Beekman
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Doctor Jane Beekman has seen her dying mother's soul, a vision above the bed--a soul struggling
with a decision, some undone task, something in this world too noble to leave. The sight was
brief, but surely a lesson. The lingering question--*Why?--*prompts a shift in the doctor's
priorities. For in this election year Jane must do what her mother, an aspiring social activist,
would have done.
Soon, Jane is deep in the world of Georgia politics, working to make sure her dynamic young
brother-in-law Jackson Beekman is elected the next governor, regardless of what the soul of the
candidate's dead father or that of his living brother--Jane's husband--might want done. Indeed,
it is a mother's persistence and a father's legacy that will ultimately turn one Beekman brother
against the other, a struggle with moral consequences that may extend far beyond Georgia.
Set amidst 2004's polarizing election fears--immigrants and job takeovers, terrorists in waiting,
homosexuals and outsider agendas--Shirtless Men Drink Free makes vivid the human soul's struggle
in a world bedeviled by desire and the fears that leave us all asking--Why?
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