It's not the real world . . . it's Beltway.
Before he knows what hit him, regular guy Clement Green has fallen down the rabbit hole and finds himself in Beltway, the nation's capitol as you've never seen or imagined it before. Sworn in as freshman Copulant from the great state of Bucolia, Clem is soon up to his hips in handlers, red ink, bureau-rats, invisible committees pushing mysterious trillion dollar legislation, indigestible publicity stunts, and high-flying political intrigue involving a Kixass billionaire and a spotted cow.
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About the Author
Michael Schulkins was born and raised in California, and although he has checked out repeatedly, he has of course been unable to leave. He lives with the love of his life in a classic mid-century modern house in Silicon Valley, just an iPhone’s throw from Apple Galactic Headquarters. Michael attended several universities and eventually emerged with two degrees in physics, one in music composition, and minors in math, political science, philosophy, and poker. He subsequently spent twenty years teaching physics, and now writes full time. His novels include the comic crime capers Mother Lode and Sting Suite, and the out-of-this-world political satires Beltway and Up A Tree: A Jobs and Plunkitt Galactic Adventure. All of Michael's books will give you a good laugh, but they'll also make you stop and think.