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The Terrorist Plot at Gopherville

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Published: 4 years ago

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Author: Steve Bartholomew

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A strange tale of a geezer who talks to invisible friends, eats roadkill, and would like to overthrow the government. If you really want to know how Homeland Security operates, you probably won't find out here. Download this FREE-e-Book today!

OutfieldDan

Very amusing book with good dry humor. I recommend the book highly. A quick read.


Martha Steward

Steve's style of writing keeps you interested one page at a time. "The Terrorist Plot at Gopherville" is humorous and insighful on how the characters create so much more. The ending is well done. A must read: )


Sandra P. Wade

Mr. Bartholomew's dialog is the best part of his writing. It's dry, witty and always in character. So many authors tell rather than show. He must have absorbed Elmore Leonard's Ten Rules of Writing by osmosis. "The Terrorist Plot at Gopherville" is the first of Mr. B's five novels to date, and he shows no signs of running out of interesting topics. In these days of over-hyped authors, Mr. B is one who knows how to keep things just simple enough yet keep the reader both intrigued and amused. His scientific,geological/historical facts are always correct, so one becomes educated into the bargain.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Steve Bartholomew

Worked for years as a social worker in the mean streets of New York, San Francisco and rural California. I learned that no one can be taken at face value; there are no \"normal\" people because humanity itself is abnormal. Currently interested in writing novels about the California Gold Rush. I reside on the edge of Clear Lake and often contemplate the dormant volcano across the way.

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