Once a literary wunderkind, author Kip Weiler now teaches creative writing at Brixton County Community College-a third-rate school in a rural mining town. But when he saves his class from a potential bloodbath, he is initiated by two of his students into a cult-like group that worships the essential nature of handguns, and rekindles his long-absent creative spark. But as Weiler's involvement with the cult deepens and the end of his novel is in sight, the lines between art and life blur until they become unrecognizable. In this church, there's no need for red wine or wafers. In Gun Church, the blood and bodies are for real.
by Reed Farrel Coleman
by Writers Digest, Reed Farrel Coleman
by Reed Farrel Coleman, John Roe
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