The Belcher E-Book, by Luke Schmaltz and Soothsayer Blend Coffee, from Mutiny

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The eBook and coffee combo.
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Named after the Soothsayer (a Denver Joe based character) in Luke Schmaltz’s newest novel The Belcher. An everyday blend that is as bold and legendary a coffee as Denver Joe himself. Central and South American beans medium roasted to bring out hints of almond, black cherry and a light milk chocolate. Drink up and be somebody!

Locally roasted and ethically sourced by Glass Arrow Roasters

12 oz. bag.
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The Belcher – Overserved Underdog
By Luke Schmaltz

"A long-brewing clash between a Mile-High music legend and an aggressive government censor has come to a head, as Pablo Vasquez -- aka The Soothsayer -- must contend with the diabolical Blatherskite and his minions. To bolster his crusade, Vasquez recruits Earl Danners -- a prolific beer drinker with a burgeoning talent for belching forth sonic blasts of guttural decimation.

A reluctant hero, Earl must quickly grow into his role of The Belcher as advancing forces of evil threaten to stomp out every iteration of artistic expression and rip apart the very essence of life itself.

The Soothsayer and The Belcher encounter other outcasts and biological super freaks, and form a rag-tag team of vigilantes with Knockers, Red-eye Robinson, The Whine-o and an alluring femme fatale named Cricket.

Together, they align against Blatherskite, the ranks of the Environmental Agency of Restrictions (EAR), the Army National Guard and a sinister, stench-spewing super villain known as The Gasser
The standoff escalates into an urban war, and the face of downtown Denver will never again be the same ...

“Packed with punk filth, pulp grit, and the darkest humor this side of death itself, The Belcher is the drunken chronicle of an ultraviolent miscreant of a hero -- the kind the 21st century has forgotten but truly needs."
-Jason Heller, author of Strange Stars: David Bowie, Pop Music, and the Decade Sci-Fi Explode

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