The Adventures of Slim and Howdy

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The Adventures of Slim and Howdy
Kix Brooks - The Adventures of Slim & Howdy A Novel.jpeg
Author Kix Brooks, Ronnie Dunn, Bill Fitzhugh
Country United States
Language English
Genre Young adult, Western, Comedy
Publisher Center Street
Publication date
May 12, 2008 (2008-05-12)
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 272
ISBN 978-1-931722-82-7

The Adventures of Slim and Howdy[1] is a 2008 novel by Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn (superstar duo Brooks & Dunn) and novelist Bill Fitzhugh. The novel features Brooks and Dunn's alter-egos Slim and Howdy as they travel cross-country in pursuit of a musical career.

Plot[edit]

Based on characters created by Kix Brooks (as the alter egos of country superstars, Brooks and Dunn), The Adventures of Slim and Howdy is a comic crime novel that chronicles the exploits of a couple of gifted but undiscovered guitar pickin', honky tonk entertainin', country singers. It starts with a chance meeting on a used car lot in Beaumont, Texas. Slim and Howdy agree to partner up and ride together. But before they can even get out of town, they incur the undying wrath of Brushfire Boone Tate and a guy named Black Tony. A few days later they arrive in the Texas border town of Del Rio to play at the Lost and Found, a honky-tonk run by their old friend, the widow Jodie Lee. Along the way Slim and Howdy get caught up in a rigged poker game, encounter a snake handler with a do-it-yourself amputation kit, and have a run-in with Los Zetas, the deadly Mexican organized crime gang. Before it's over, Jodie Lee gets kidnapped, suspects come crawling out of the cacti, and Slim and Howdy have to save the day.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kix Brooks. "The adventures of Slim and Howdy". Open Library. Retrieved 2013-04-26.