Sixteen Reasons why I Killed Richard M. Nixon: A Novel
A crisis line volunteer is puzzled by the insistent callers who confess to killing Richard M. Nixon-even years after the President's natural death. What gives? You'll find out in this story-novel as it appraises the violence in America, confession after confession. A "sweet sixteen" in all.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
afraid ain't anyway believe blue Blue Moon Tavern broke Browning called Cambodia Cindy close contrails crimes crimes against humanity crisis line death squads Deborah Dick door eggplant everything eyes face feel fire Franklin stove friends fucking goddam gone goosebumps grab guns hair hand hard hear hell high dive human inside ISBN Jeffry Jessie Kelly kill Richard kiloton knew Kreel laughed lima beans listen looked mean megalomania mother mountain never night Nixon koan Okay once petals pretty pulled remember Richard Nixon ripped seen Shannon Shinzo shit shoulders smell smoke started stop story straight street stuff sump pump talk tell there's thing thought told trying U.S. President voice waiting walk watch what's White House whole worry writing