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Frank Knox and the Surrogate Sister
In the style of Kurt Vonnegut, Sirens of Titan, Breakfast of Champions, and Tom Robbins, Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, Another Roadside Attraction, Joseph Maas manages to spin up a tale with a set of memorable characters andlaugh out loud situations that are at times heroic and romantic, if notout 'n out erotic.
In this highly entertainingexcursion into the whimsical side of USA's midwest, Frank Knox is theawkward and mysterious protagonist noted only for his remarkably badsense of humor. He is also an ace sales leader at the local MercedesPre-Owned dealership. However, as his surrogate sister, Juliet soondiscovers while snooping through Frank's closet one day, he is aPresidential Medal of Freedom winner. And as his scrapbook reveals, herpatient has also collected an array of other national accolades that noused-car salesman, or any average guy named Frank, should ever possess.
Can the drop-dead sexy Juliethelp Frank to overcome his estrangement with his real sister? Theromantic, erotic and downright hilarious twists and turns that leadFrank Knox up to that point--along with the jaw-dropping climax of thestory--is sure to keep you in stitches, turned-on and flipping the pagesfor more.
-- New Vista Reviews
About the Author
I am originally from Kansas City, Kansas. Then at age 21, I moved to the wilds of Northern California. I now live and write full time in Michigan, in the same town as my superb editor Sarah Matalas of Serafinaep.com, who is Editor in Chief at my publishing firm, NewVistaPublishing.com
Writing is, for me, the only art form where entire worlds can be created by a keystroke, well okay, thousands of them. Nevertheless, exploring the created worlds of other fiction writers and offering my own creations to the reader is, in my book, the stuff of life.