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Legendary Novel of Key West !
Take a whirlwind
vacation to tropical Key West. Have a cold margarita, laze by the pool,
watch a sunset. Leave all your personal monsters behind. . . If
they'll let you.
Monster, A Novel of Key West
is a very funny Florida crime caper, and a perfect beach book for your
next tropical trip. An underground classic and a "must-read"
in Key West!
on Fenwick Street
Also from Lee
Dravis . . .
"They that can give up essential
liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
An American Novel for
the 21st Century
Imagine a land where
a mysteriously popular leader makes decisions based upon Scripture. A nation
drained by taxation and endless war. A city
where your rights are taken away to better protect you. A neighborhood of
gasoline shortages, curfews and segregation. Where your next door neighbor
is arrested without charge because of his accent. And your family is taken
from you because they dared to object.
Books on Fenwick Street has
drawn comparisons to Fahrenheit 451, 1984 and Animal
have expressed amazement as events portrayed in the novel have become
reality. Set in America's near future, where the voters have been manipulated
into making a very poor choice, this dystopian novel interweaves the
issues of terrorism, religion, and our rights as a people with a suspenseful
story of one man's flight from the very society he helped create.
Just an election or two
A new president tampers with the Bill
of Rights, and John Kolzig's life gradually changes. As the protections of the
US Constitution are nullified to help fight our wars against terrorism, crime
and drugs, Kolzig finds himself living in a land of deportations, surveillance
and rebellion. AIDS patients are sent to camps; foreigners are expelled; abortion,
smoking, guns and alcohol are outlawed; the races are segregated; and white
militias rule the countrysides now that they have a sympathetic ear in the White
House. On Fenwick Street, the Block Deacon keeps an eye on John and his neighbors
lest they break a Commandment, and the local library is purged of impure ideas
during a grand book-burning.
Kolzig accepts these changes because they
hardly affect him. But when he commits
a felony by falling in love with another man's wife, his only prayer is a desperate
trip to freedom aboard a modern Underground Railroad, a journey of betrayal
and self-realization. And, to Kolzig's shock, his unexpected guide is a wily
dwarf, the best mule on the railroad, a tiny hero of historic proportions.
Books on Fenwick Street revisits the apocolyptic
legend of the infamous Turner Diaries and explores
the loosely-woven fabric of modern American society in an age of racism, terrorism,
and weapons of mass deception.
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