From the Publisher
Ernie Tanner has been sweeping streets in Detroit for twenty-seven years. That all changes when a letter arrives in the mail telling him his job and his pension have been cut.
Ernie’s not alone, however, and the motley group of Vietnam vets, frustrated city workers, and social-media-savvy pot dealers that he calls friends quickly make it clear that they’re ready to take the law into their own hands.
It isn’t long before the downtrodden rise up against their oppressors in this dark, dry-humored, and satirical short novel about the Motor City and those that love and hate her.