Daddy: An Absolutely Authentic Fake Memoir

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AuthorHouse, 2008 - Fiction - 148 pages
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What do you get when a preeminent newpaper recruits an opportunistic rug saleman as its moral pundit? You get, Daddy-An Absolutely Authentic Fake Memoir, a sharp, witty, and charmingly crass fictional tell-all that reveals warts-like truths about contemporary life. Inspired by real scandals about unreal memoirs, the novel is narrated by Candor Schatz's daughter who portrays her father, writer of The Moralist column for The Worldly Times, as a man full of hypocrisy, hubris, and humbuggery. An adult daughter's tell-all eyes and loose tongue inform this satiric novel. This light-hearted, zany romp debunks consumerism, commercialism, and other everyday mind-boggling trangressions, is a hoot to read! "Daddy is a credit to hypocrites everywhere!" E. Spitzer, The Albany Press "Unlike A Million Little Pieces, Daddy is the real thing! At last!" O. Winfree "This book not only is fabulous, it's fatuous! Discriminating readers, judge for yourself!" The Scallion, Stinker Book Review "I can't believe it!" Mommy "A. Troy sure knows how to tell a tale! Catch her in the wry!" J.D.S "Daddy is a whacko-just like the rest of the nation!" V. Navasky "Takes your mind off your nerves! Read it while you're waiting for your neck lift!" Nora E.

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Why is this funny little gem of a book unknown? You won't regret discovering it!

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OMG! Fun-ny and inspired! Light and easy to read. It's all about the self-interest that's today's normal. Everyone in the book is secondary to the main character, Daddy. You wouldn't want him for your father, but he's great for a good laugh.

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