Wagner Descending: The Wrath of the Salmon Queen

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Pleasure Boat Studio, Jan 1, 2004 - Fiction - 242 pages
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Fiction. Irving Warner has come up with a remarkable and wildly comicnovel about an obese man who escapes from a so-called weight-lossinstitution and is pursued by the police, the state patrol, and numerousbounty hunters. All these have been set after him by Wagner'sbillionaire mother, whom he refers to as the Salmon Queen. "Buy it, read it, save it, reread it, but don't ever lend it out. You might notget it back"--John Hill, screenwriter of Quigley Down Under

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This tall tale is as big, brawling, uncompromising, outrageous, angry, funny, and foul-mouthed as its ultra-obese protagonist. Wagner-the mixed-race son of Alaska's Salmon Queen, scion of a corporate ... Read full review


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First novel after publishing collection of short stories.

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