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New novel in "Banjo" series: BANJO MAMBO

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Check out my latest novel (7th in banjo series):

 

BANJO MAMBO: God Conversations on Two (In Kikongo)

 

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078RSM2LV/ref=sr_1_5?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1514936062&sr=1-5&refinements=p_27%3AJack+B.+Hood

 

BANJO MAMBO: God Conversations on Two (In Kikongo) (Another Sam Stone novel Book 7) by [Hood, Jack B.]

Sam Stone, a retired Assistant U.S. Attorney and banjo player, along with his family and friends, take on murderous human traffickers in Alabama and Cuba in order to save a ten year old Cuban-American girl who has been trafficked. The plot is set against the backdrop of the 150 billion dollar human trafficking business worldwide. There is more human trafficking in and though Alabama today than there was in 1860. It affects all states and is the civil and human rights issue of today.

 

You can download the novel for free during a special promotion scheduled for January 6 through January 8, 2018. Otherwise it costs $0.99 to download to a Kindle device.

Note that the Kindle App for reading downloads is free.

 

Jack B. Hood

Birmingham, AL

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Playing Since: 1963
Experience Level: Purty Good

Occupation: attorney/author

Gender: Male
Age: 74

My Instruments:
BANJOS: Custom made Panama Canal commemorative resonator 5-string (Imperial tone ring and pot); Gibson Mastertone resonator 5-string (RB 800 gold trim); Meade open back 5-string; custom made Cedar Mountain rim/Wildwood neck open back 5-string; custom madeTaiwan long neck open back 5-string; Orpheus zither-metal resonator English 5-string banjo; Ibanez resonator 5-string; Eric Prust fretless open back 5-string; Gold Tone CC-Mini open back 5-string; Gold Tone Banjola 5-string; custom made graphite neck, pot, and resonator 5-string by Gold Tone ("solar nano" banjo); 5-string banjo cello by Gold Tone; used Ozark 5-sting with Celtic customization. GUITARS: Custom made T.H. Davis 6-string; Yamaha 12-string; Martin back pack 6-string. MANDOLIN: Martin. AUTOHARP:Chromaharp.

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Earl Scruggs; Bill Keith; Doug Dillard; Little Roy Lewis; J.D. Crowe; Walter Forbes; Alan Munde; Herb Trotman; Ned Luberecki; Jason Burns; Bob Tedrow; Charlie Cushman; Butch Robins; Tony Trischka.

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Jack B. Hood was born in Clarkesville, Habersham County, Georgia in 1948. He graduated from Jordan Vocational High School in Columbus, Georgia in 1966. From the University of Georgia, he received an A.B. degree in 1969 and a J.D. degree in 1971. He received a Diploma in International Law in 1972, from the University of Cambridge, attending Darwin College. He is the author and co-author of several law books (46 if new editions are counted) with 4 current ones published in print and on Westlaw by West, a Thomson/Reuters company. Another book is currently published by West Academic Publishing. From 1978 to present, he can be found in 106 listings in the U.S. Copyright Office for works done as author, co-author, or author-for-hire.He is the author of the novels, Banjo Lessons (2004), Banjo Playing (2008), Banjo Method (2010), Banjo Songs (2012), Banjo Jihad-A Contest of Wills (2013), Banjo Gung-Ho--Harmony Workings (2014), Banjo Mambo-God Conversations on Two (in Kikango) (2017), and all are about a banjo playing Alabama attorney and his Brazilian wife. He is also the creator of You Tube videos, "Digging The Panama Canal" (an original song), "Banjo Flamenco" (an original rendition), "The Minstrel Boy", "Banjo Bay Blues" (an original demonstration of playing styles), "Home Sweet Home (in G Tuning)", "Frailing Dear Old Dixie", "Cripple Creek", and "Banjo in the Canyon" (an original banjo tune).

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