The Great American Cheese War (Paperback)Paul Flower (author)
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Governor Bill Hoeksma of Michigan is a simple, gun-loving son of a billionaire who idolises George W. Bush.
When a mysterious illness afflicts members of his inner circle, his conspiring advisors point to a rumoured viral weapons attack - via monkeypox-carrying prairie dogs - launched by the Wisconsin government. Governor Bill decides the Michigan militia should lead the military response, chaos ensues, and he falls unwittingly into a scheme of his powerful father's making. That scheme begins with cheese research and a Hollywood movie star. How it will end all depends on two unlikely heroes: an aging lesbian state senator, and a high-school teacher born and raised in the Michigan militia.
When the conspiracy runs out of road, and guns are drawn in a showdown outside a Cracker Barrel, will anyone emerge victorious from the Great American Cheese War?What readers are saying about The Great American Cheese War:
"A rollicking riot of insanity and I mean that in the most wonderful sense! I laughed my way through this story."
"Highly recommended!! This book was a lot of fun, I laughed out loud, and it's a clever satire book. It's well written, engrossing and entertaining."
"Enjoy your summer, read this book!"
"Satire at its finest. The whole book had me rolling on floor laughing!"
Publisher: Prelude Books
Number of pages: 320
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm
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