Spill, by Randy Attwood
Genre: comedic political-satire
Publisher: Curiosity Quills Press
Date of Re-Release: September 10th, 2014
Cover Artist: Polina Sapershteyn (http://www.polinas-portfolio.com/)
Think all politicians are creeps, the rules are locked in against you and the world is forever in the grip of big politics and Bigger Oil? Think again. Attwood has. SPILL is a what-if adventure, starting with a couple of insurgent citizens who con the establishment and get rich along the way. In Attwood’s world, all the old clichés are real and the system is rigged from the start – until it’s un-rigged by good guys bad to the bone – the funny bone. From page one to the end, SPILL enlightens, amuses and instructs us that, one day, someone just might game the system – and get away with it. Attwood, brilliantly, shows us how.
About The Author
Randy Attwood grew up at Larned State Hospital where his father was its dentist. He has been a journalist, director of PR at an academic medical center, and retired as Media Officer at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City. His fiction touches many genres. He has nine novels and two collections of shorter works published.