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The Thin Green Line: Five Years Behind the Counter at The Big Bookstore – Jesse L. Byers

An autobiographical novel of one man’s half decade spent at one of the world’s biggest retailers. Comedy, tragedy, romance, weirdness and more from behind the Thin Green Line.

In the late 1990’s Americans flocked to The Big Bookstore in every town in every state. On any given night you could find people browsing the shelves, sipping their coffees.

Standing behind every counter, lost among the shelves were the booksellers that worked at The Big Bookstores. To most they were just drones with little green nametags. Behind that thin green line they’re so much more.

A novel in the form of an angry autobiography, these are stories of crazy customers, tragedies, romance among the staff, corporate buffoonery and what life was like behind The Thin Green Line.

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