Slipfinger Nine
by Jason Douglass and Image Doctor and Don Homewood


Overview - The peak of the hippie culture had merged with an anti-war movement fueled by sex, drugs, and rock & roll. It was a wild time, it was a desperate time. It was 1971, and there were clear lines being drawn in a society ever-more fragmented between generational gaps: those of "The Good War" and those of "The War We Lost." When a group of ivy-leaguers with too much time and money on their hands head north into the White Mountains to target the less fortunate as cannon fodder, young Will is caught in the cross hairs.  Read more...

 
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Overview
The peak of the hippie culture had merged with an anti-war movement fueled by sex, drugs, and rock & roll. It was a wild time, it was a desperate time. It was 1971, and there were clear lines being drawn in a society ever-more fragmented between generational gaps: those of "The Good War" and those of "The War We Lost." When a group of ivy-leaguers with too much time and money on their hands head north into the White Mountains to target the less fortunate as cannon fodder, young Will is caught in the cross hairs. The bold adventure that was being proposed was fraught with danger and potential for downsides, and the years of careful planning by the Bostonians and promise of a fortune to be made were not quite enough to offset the concerns, however, Will's recent string of irreversible actions have pinned him into a corner, with few options to consider. He casts his lot with the gambling crew, hoping for what would be a quick payoff and a chance to start anew. A story that begins amidst the cozy college towns of New England soon shifts to the Caribbean and the high seas, with dubious characters and modern-day piracy. Batten down the hatches, you've just boarded and a tempest awaits. Base on a true story.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780986384301
  • ISBN-10: 0986384305
  • Publisher: Jason Douglass
  • Publish Date: January 2015
  • Page Count: 448
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.91 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.31 pounds


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