“Stop thinkin’ you can right something that was born wrong.”
The Burroughs family carved their niche in the world on Bull Mountain – a picturesque piece of land in North Georgia . . . .
It was there the family started running that good ol’ Georgia Peach back during prohibition . . .
As times changed, so did the family business - eventually evolving into an enterprise producing crops from thousands of acres of land . . .
The present-day Burroughs are serious high rollers. The product has morphed yet again . . .
but the stakes have become much higher, leading the family to form an association with some fellas from Florida . . .
and the Feds are closing in.
Bull Mountain tells the tale of this one-of-a-kind family. With a timeline that spans the 1950s to the present and a true ensemble cast of characters that is woven together seamlessly with twists and turns I never saw coming – this book will easily go down as one of the top five books I read all year.
“Sins of the father run deep. Family bonds, right?”