In the deepest hills of [insert name of town, Appalachia] a survivalist gun nut, a band of retired hippies and some local police officers find themselves unlikely allies. A wealthy developer and his well-financed political cronies are coming to town with hopes of turning a pristine valley into residential lots and, of course, a Wal-Mart. But can a stubborn band of small town folk compete against such powerful forces? Like an old Appalachian family feud, no one is backing down. A hilarious and incisive look at a small community searching for its place in a rapidly changing environment.
Would you read this book? I ask, because I'm writing it.
Anyway, it's in the brainstorming stage. Any thoughts?