Paris of Troy: Na

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iUniverse, Jun 2, 2010 - Fiction - 332 pages
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Being the judge of a beauty contest between three goddesses isn't all it's cracked up to be. Yes, the goddesses are breathtakingly beautiful, and they each offer something of great value as a bribe to make the judge name her as the most beautiful, but they are awfully sore losers - and that can be downright hazardous to any mortal foolish enough to judge them. Meet Paris of Troy. A young man with abandonment issues, desperately trying to deal with the pressures of marriage and fatherhood, until a trio of goddesses teach him what it really means to lose his mind. This wildly funny novel finally brings the Homeric legends into the realm of humorous fiction.

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Chris A. Detherage is a native of Northeastern Oklahoma, currently living in Arlington, Texas. This is his second novel. His first novel, The Lost Book of Adam, hasn't sold anywhere close to a million copies.

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