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Stone Dance.

Stone Dance

Jamie Johnson

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Stone Dance is a tongue-in-cheek parable that humorously parodies modern current events. When a terrible act of arson kills twelve innocent people in the town of Good, the infuriated residents demand immediate action--and all evidence points to Abu Omar's evil town of Revil as the instigator. Town leader Josh Prescott, Assistant Leader Bob Kane, and the Good Town Council vote to deprive Abu Omar of his terrible murdertorcher weaponry in the superstone-rich town of Revil--but shady circumstances lead some Good residents to question whether the official party line about the fire is the whole truth. What really happened? Could the fire and its repercussions truly be about establishing a "New County Order?" A rollicking funny ride from cover to cover. "While hunting ducks one day with several friends, something in Bob Kane's mind snapped ... In a fit of drunken rage, after a full day of chugging vodka straight from the bottle, a bloodthirsty Bob Kane savagely turned his shotgun on the only living beings in his sights--his best friends. Six of his fellow hunters died on the spot, slain by their friend's insane need to draw blood on a daily basis ... Having been responsible for the deaths of thousands of human beings during his lifetime and gotten away with it, Bob Kane had no reason to feel these murders would be any different."
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Publication:Small Press Bookwatch
Date:Apr 1, 2007
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