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Publisher's Summary

Three uncommon tales of the common man. Two technicians of an unutterable trade. A home for the elderly whose secrets must remain underground. And a meat factory where homogeneity hides all evils.
Both dark and humorous, Return to the Dirt is no ordinary day's work.
©2016 Geoff Sturtevant (P)2016 Geoff Sturtevant
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5 out of 5 stars
By Nichole on 07-11-16

Never a better title for a book have I seen!

Return to the Dirt - after the first amazing, shocking and twisted tale I knew what I was in for. I loved all 3 tales with 1 being my favorite. Sturtevant has the mind for the disturbing and a smooth pen to make the stories come alive. A tale in this book reminds me of a 1973 Charlton Heston movie. I enjoyed this book very much and I recommend this to anyone and everyone who is not squeamish.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Mike on 06-23-16

Three Excellent Stories

What made the experience of listening to Return to the Dirt: Three Tales of Work and Death the most enjoyable?

Each story was unique and different. Each was an enjoyable, dark and at times humorous story.

What did you like best about this story?

It just makes you think on the different ways a person could go.

Which character – as performed by Paul J McSorley – was your favorite?

Paul J McSorley did a great job with all characters and I liked them all.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I don't want to give anything away... the last story was my favorite. The whole thing was just bizarre.

Any additional comments?

Loved the stories, loved the narration. Great job!!

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