Jim Stalin thought he was a nondescript government agent on a mission to find an artifact that has long been missing. He doesn't know where it is or why he's looking for it, but he thinks that all questions will be answered when he gets there. Join him and his insane friends as he goes on an adventure the likes of which haven't been seen since Leslie Nielsen had that love child with John Cleese.
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About the Author
Born in 1977, Rodney Mountain has been writing books for 14 years. Starting with 1998's "The Healy Murders" he has continued writing various novels since then. He is married with two children that have so far failed to drive him completely insane.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Too much Leslie Nelson and not enough John Clease. Lacks the Monty Python wit ... or any wit for that matter. I gave up after 3 chapters. Just plain boring.
This book had me actually laughing hysterically at least once per page It isn't literary genius by any means unless you think Monty Python esque is genius. But it is a great read especially for free!