Uncommon Sense

Uncommon Sense

by Jack J. Lynch
     
 
A small New Hampshire town forms a new National Political Party: the Flake Party. Their vice presidential candidate has been buried for over 200 years: his body is in New Rochelle, NY and his bones are somewhere in England. But his spirit lives within these pages as the reader comes to know his innermost thoughts.

Outrageous humor is the only thing that

Overview

A small New Hampshire town forms a new National Political Party: the Flake Party. Their vice presidential candidate has been buried for over 200 years: his body is in New Rochelle, NY and his bones are somewhere in England. But his spirit lives within these pages as the reader comes to know his innermost thoughts.

Outrageous humor is the only thing that lets the viewer keep going through this irreverent gasp at the current political milieu. But this new party has answers to the problems, sort of. For instance, picture their proposed truthful version of a Clinton Library with a giant blue dress flying from the flagpole instead of the Stars and Stripes and you have just a hint of where this novel goes.


Author Bio: Jack J.W. Lynch, author of three previous novels, is currently in print under another name. With the background of a Green Beret and photographer, he doesn't hesitate to slash boldly and quickly with the mighty pen in any direction and, like a camera, his muse's eye misses nothing.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780595095162
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
04/21/2000
Pages:
108
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.26(d)

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