Hog Heaven

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AuthorHouse, Jan 18, 2007 - Humor - 252 pages
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Hog Heaven is a satire about the fast food industry, GM food, vegetarianism, T.V. chefs, cookery shows and the superficiality of celebrity culture.

Harry Harrington is a highly successful celebrity chef, driven hard by his ruthlessly ambitious wife Tabatha. When he cracks under the strain and starts an affair with a lusty young animal liberationist called Lucy, Tabatha plots a dark revenge. Meanwhile Harry lands a well paid job fronting Burger Barn’s ad campaign for the world’s first diet burger, made using hi tech science. Lucy is outraged so gets her fanatical friends to launch a campaign that plunges Harry’s life into chaos. 

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About the author (2007)

Mike Mannion lives in Widnes, Cheshire and works in the computer industry.  Mike has written a satirical comedy entitled A Curious Chemistry about how ecological pollution caused by dubious business practices can ruin people's lives, and he’s currently writing a satire on the world of modern art entitled Children of Monet, and a comic novel about having children and growing old entitled The Blue Notes.

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