A photographer seeks his muse in a Spanish fishing village, but discovers a plot to sell a hydrogen bomb to terrorists. This time he can't use his camera to distance himself from reality. He must act before it's too late. Advance praise for ZAMORA'S TATTOO "Marks the debut of a new American novelist of insight, intelligence, style and sensitivity. Al Gowan is a writer with something to say that's fresh and provocative and he says in a voice that is utterly, uniquely his own." - Gerald Gross, Editors on Editing "A dangerous and startling novel full of wit and grace. Al Gowan is a writer who takes delight in revealing the struggles of his people"- Melanie Rae Thon, SWEET HEARTS, IONA MOON, GIRLS IN THE GRASS, METEORS IN AUGUST AND FIRST, BODY.
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