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It’s all planned. He’ll move to New York City, open a taco truck, build an empire, and write a novel about the entire journey. This city, however, is not the dream he had in mind, and this business is far more cut-throat than he anticipated. He tries to overlook the knife in his tire, but the sabotage progresses. Someone is costing him a lot of money, but he can’t exact revenge until the culprit is caught.
Confessions of a Taco Truck Owner
About the Author
Rob Hart is the author of The Woman from Prague, picked by Publishers Weekly as one of the best reads of the summer. He is also the author of New Yorked, nominated for an Anthony Award for Best First Novel, City of Rose, and South Village, chosen by The Boston Globe as one of the best books of 2016. Short fiction has appeared in publications like Thuglit, Needle, and Joyland. Non-fiction has appeared at Slate, The Daily Beast, and Electric Literature. He is also the publisher at MysteriousPress.com and the class director at LitReactor.