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Holy Chicken Scratches
     

Holy Chicken Scratches

by Selmoore Codfish
 

Does Neal Harris, insurance investor for a faith-based insurance company, have any hope in finding a missing holy trinket? Does God exist, and could she have borrowed the trinket from a hapless group of seminarians? Will Neil always be unlucky around women, or can he develop a romance with the seminary administrator who is implicated in the trinket’s

Overview

Does Neal Harris, insurance investor for a faith-based insurance company, have any hope in finding a missing holy trinket? Does God exist, and could she have borrowed the trinket from a hapless group of seminarians? Will Neil always be unlucky around women, or can he develop a romance with the seminary administrator who is implicated in the trinket’s theft?

The Holy Chicken Scratches is a satire-mystery in the context of faith-based insurance. Neal Harris is an insurance adjuster with the Sacred Recluse Self-Insurance Group (SRSIG). While investigating the disappearance of a Holy Artifact he interacts with several eccentric religious groups who had access to it. Neal gets into several humorous conflicts as he tries to resolve this case and save human society from the calamity of a take-over by the Wire Transfer-Lemonade Cartel. This is the beginning of a series of stories which are tied together by a romantic comedy background subplot.
27 chapters, Approx. 59,000 words

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044477377
Publisher:
Selmoore Codfish
Publication date:
04/16/2013
Series:
Neal Harris--Faith-Based Insurance , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
585 KB

Meet the Author

Selmoore Codfish is not really a fish, but a chicken. He’s hiding because celebrity would show that he is not actually funny, just faking it. If the public knew Mr. Codfish’s identity, they would demand that he be funny all of the time. However, he would prefer to remain a dour, grumpy person. Funny people don’t get respect but are thought of as special or different. His friends and associates appreciate his dry seriousness and they shouldn’t be let down by humor.

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