Red Cloud Pistachios

About the Author: David J. Heslop

David J Heslop is formerly an award winning copywriter and Associate Creative Director Honors include a regional Emmy Award for broadcast promotion, National Best of Category, and numerous local and regional medals Red Cloud Pistachios, his debut novel, was a prizewinner in the 2005 Arizona Statewide Writers Contest, and 2011 Reader s Favorite Gold Award winner for general fiction A companion

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  • Paperback
  • 258 pages
  • Red Cloud Pistachios
  • David J. Heslop
  • English
  • 19 September 2019
  • 9781490335377

Red Cloud Pistachios Broke And Out Of Work, Joe Johnson Abandons His 17 Year Old Lover And Ultimately The Son She Would Have And Though The Two Remain Friends And Sometime Lovers Over The Years, The Boy Is Never Told The Truth About His Father But Time And Conscience Are Catching Up With Johnson And A Traumatic Event In Mexico Will Finally Force Him To Confront His Guilt And The Truth Set On A Pistachio Farm In Southern Arizona And Drifting For A Time Into Sonora, Mexico, Red Cloud Pistachios Is Part Meditation On Estrangement And Acceptance, Part Pastoral Of Contemporary Small Town Life In It We Find The Capacity To Hope For The Best In Others And In Ourselves.

10 thoughts on “Red Cloud Pistachios

  1. Tara says:

    It took some time for me to find my bearings in this novel, but once I did, I was hooked Based on the synopsis, I was expecting a story about an absent father and his son While these characters were, indeed, the focal points of the story, the book introduced me to an entire cast of characters, several of whom were so well developed that I just wanted to keep reading about them I especially e...

  2. Ashley Episcopo says:

    The ending redeemed this book quite a bit, although the story and idea were interesting and relatable This is one of only a few books I ve read where the editing took away from the story, which was disappointing.

  3. Alison says:

    kindle 258

  4. Adam Durst says:

    Great read with real, relatable characters Check out the audiobook