Bigfoot legend lives on in lively new tale by Ozarks author

Full of humorous asides and swelling with redneck pride, Bigfoot Blues blends together an eclectic group of believers and nonbelievers for an offbeat but delightfully satisfying tale.
 
 
Bigfoot Blues by Pamela Foster
Bigfoot Blues by Pamela Foster
 
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Nov. 18, 2012 - PRLog -- The Bigfoot legend lives again in Bigfoot Blues, a rollicking backwoods tale from Arkansas author Pamela Foster (Redneck Goddess, 2011).

Samantha is a pretty, spirited bartender who manages a local tavern with her on-again-off-again boyfriend and business partner, Hawk. When a finely-dressed, big-city author named Mark Nielson wanders into the bar one evening for a meeting of the believers, the locals expect trouble. But Sam can’t help but be swayed by the sexy stranger with “eyes the color of that variegated moss along a late summer river,” especially after the shabby treatment she’s received from Hawk. Sweet talk and flowers wear down her guard, and soon Sam has a new beau. When the relationship suddenly takes an awkward turn, Sam’s allegiance to her father is placed in doubt. Filled with misplaced guilt and armed with her .38 and a plan to set things right, Sam leads her city-born suitor into the backwoods wilderness, with Georgia-bred Bubba and childhood friend Lefty trailing behind for support.

Full of humorous asides and swelling with redneck pride, Bigfoot Blues blends together an eclectic group of believers and nonbelievers for an offbeat but delightfully satisfying tale.

Pamela Foster was born and raised in Eureka, California, where her family has worked and raised all manner of trouble for eight generations. She married and raised three sons while earning a degree from Humboldt State University. At forty, she began her life as a nomad. She lived in Hilo, Hawaii; the Caribbean coast of Mexico; the Arizona desert; the jungles of Panama; and the Ozark Mountains.  In between moves she and her husband spent six months backpacking through Thailand, Nepal, and Vietnam.

Family legend insists that her maternal grandfather, Fritz Brockmueller, encountered a family of Bigfoots while building a mountain road along Bluff Creek, California.

Bigfoot Blues is available on the author’s website (http://pamelafosterspeakerwriter.wordpress.com), from High Hill Press (http://highhillpress.com), and on Amazon.
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