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Everybody loves Luther Pleasant. He's the most popular boy at Scott High School. His peers admire him because he has a natural cool aura swirling around him, which comes with the territory of being the starting quarterback and point guard. All the girls love Luther; he's tall, handsome, and built like an NFL linebacker. Even the faculty sees him as a role model, being an excellent citizen all four of his high school years. He's got the world in the palm of his hand. He's a natural born leader. He's the president of this, and the captain of that, and the boyfriend of Savannah Perry, the most beautiful girl in school. His dream has come true. He's just gotten word that he's won a scholarship to West Point Military Academy. But he's been hiding something; a deep dark secret that could derail his storybook life if his double life is exposed.
Includes a bonus preview of Flesh 2: The Hunt for Bobby Tarantino.
©2011 Keith Lee Johnson (P)2015 Keith Lee Johnson
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5 out of 5 stars
By Juan on 12-30-15

Great short story

What made the experience of listening to In the Coatroom the most enjoyable?

This story was awesome. I love the characters they seem pretty realistic. my only gripe is there was a few details they didn't cover. I didn't know if ashley was a student or a teacher it never got clarified till the end but all in all the book was awesome I highly recommend this if you like a good gossip style story or a good day time talk show episode from the 90's (like jenny jones, jerry springer, motel williams, ect type of tv show episode)

What does Lucinda Gainey bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

there is a lot of realism in the character dialogue when they interact it seems very real and realistic

Who was the most memorable character of In the Coatroom and why?

Ashley is the most memorable character the fact that she attempts to black mail Luther by ruining his name in the community, ruining his relationship and threatens the possibility of having to pay child support for two kids when he turns pro and she is ok with this so lang as she continues to sleep with him.

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