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pink alligator

 

Pink AlligatorTHE MEMOIR OF CHIP T. WALKNER

a novel, by Thor Garcia

ISBN 978-0-9931955-4-9. Paperback. 300pp. Publication date: October 2016. Equus Press: London. Price: € 18.00 (not including postage).

Why does the pink alligator choose YOU?

That’s the question Chip Walkner and his wife Jaycee must confront when Crunchie the pink alligator appears on their doorstep. The growing, always-hungry gator adds excitement and adventure to their flagging marriage . . . and some very powerful entities want to know what it’s all about. As immense forces coalesce around them, the life the Walkners have worked so hard for comes crashing down.

Thor Garcia, author of The News Clown and Only Fools Die of Heartbreak, returns to the arena with this penetrating look at the workings of intelligence agencies and secret societies, technology and terrorism, the psychology of perception and the flexible nature of reality.

They say you’ve got nothing to fear if you’ve got nothing to hide. But what if you’re trying to hide a giant pink alligator?

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