Turkey Shoot: He might not be the terrorist you expected

Geoffrey Dutton (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$15.99  $14.71
Publisher
Perfidy Press
Publish Date
September 11, 2018
Pages
384
Dimensions
5.98 X 0.85 X 9.02 inches | 1.24 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781642372953
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About the Author

A trenchant observer of current events, social movements, abuses of technology, and the deceits of elites, creative writer and columnist Geoffrey Dutton became a novelist after witnessing politicians and pundits reacting to hordes of hapless refugees streaming into Europe with fear and loathing. Their callous calls to bar and cage innocent victims of Western interventions was the last straw for him. ""All right, then,"" he vowed,"" I'll give you an 'Islamic extremist' who you say hates democracy and wants to destroy your way of life and make you weep for him."" Thus was born this timely, cinema-veritΓ© inside-out page-turner that transports you into a conspiracy of "evildoers" and makes you root for them. Learn more about Turkey Shoot at https: //perfidy.press. Find more of Geoff's writings at https: //counterpunch.org and https: //progressivepilgrim.review.

Reviews

Book Review 1:

"Turkey Shoot is much more than a thriller, more Wajda's Ashes and Diamonds than 007, elegantly written by someone who clearly knows the history, geography, and political turmoil of the region with great empathy for those victimized by unnecessary wars and heartless policies." -- San Cassimally, playwright and novelist, winner of the Mobil Prize for his play Acquisitive Case

Book Review 2:

"Experience a cast of colorful characters who band together on a dangerous mission. The dialogue sparkles and the prose thrusts you on an adventure that twists and turns. The bittersweet ending will surprise you." -- Dr. Arnold Kamis, founder, Lexington Writer's Group

Book Review 3:

"If invaders destroyed your home, your family, your people--what would you do? Where would you go, how would you get there, what could you take with you, how could you reach out to friends and family or make money? Whom would you trust, or even love? Enough such trauma might drive you to terrorism, might it not? Why not stake out this cell of fed-up international radicals and find out? What they're planning will kill you." -- Dr. A. Bengola, Professor of English, Newark State Teachers College

Book Review 4:

"Geoffrey Dutton wraps the reader into a first-person scenario, tracking an outsider as he negotiates a maze of twisty streets and untested persons who claim to be allies. The observations of great detail bring the scenes to life along with the contradictions that lie ahead. Expect the unexpected in this fast-paced thriller." -- Dr. Nick Chrisman, Author, Editor, Geographer, Bellingham WA