SAN CAFÉ brews up revolution, murder, betrayal… and a great cup of coffee
A riotously funny geopolitical satire/thriller set in the Central American coffee growing nation of San Cristo, SAN CAFÉ skewers the populist left and the hyper-capitalist right. A would-be revolutionary who loves gourmet cooking takes on the world’s largest coffee company, Mobys, Inc. and its relentless founder determined to monopolize the market. The political struggle forces security advisor Bobby Gatling—previously caught in the treacherous politics of the Middle East—to search for a missing priest on whose safety a presidential election turns.
Kirkus Reviews awarded David’s previous novel, SLICK! a coveted star as “a book of remarkable merit.”
1 Enter a Central American nation where appearances mean nothing. It’s funny. It’s dark. Read the opening chapters here. View Now
2 Kirkus Reviews Top 25 Indie Books of 2012. Laugh out loud about the Middle East—when you’re not crying. View Now
3 Explore David’s survey of non-Israelites’ revealing encounters with God in the Hebrew Bible. Fascinating stories. View Now