While driving through Nevada, Ginger and her son, Rusty, give a ride to an old cowboy named Timothy Quigley. Things get a little crazy after that.
First, Quigley claims his dog, Bumper, is inhabited by a creature from outer space. Then Quigley’s nephew, Billy Joe, catches up to them and—as a result—they wind up in jail, including Ginger.
Once Rusty’s grandmother, the wealthy Abigail Hardwick, learns Ginger has been arrested, she swoops in, determined to gain legal custody of Rusty. Later that night, Rusty breaks Ginger and Quigley out of jail with the help of Bumper—yes, that’s right, the dog.
Their escape is followed by a hilarious chase across three states, involving a very determined sheriff, an angry Billy Joe and a very nasty private detective.
The chase ends in San Francisco as Ginger and Quigley struggle to evade the growing number of people chasing them and to keep Rusty away from the clutches of Abigail Hardwick. Along the way we find out if Quigley’s crazy stories of an alien inside Bumper are really true or just nonsense.
So, hop on board and take a ride to Crazy Town, a novel by James T. Morrow.
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About the Author
James T. Morrow lives in California and makes his living as an artist/ illustrator. But his other great passion is writing. His first two novels “Prophet: Starkiller” and “Prophet: Dragon Chaser” were detective novels written for a Canadian publisher. Since then he’s written “The Sun Has Wings” a novel about a young scientist who discovers an unknown species of intelligent apes and how she brings one of them, a male named Yewbie, to America for study and how it changes the world. His new novel, “Crazy Town” is a comic story about freedom and families.
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