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Exit Blue

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Exit Blue by Ivan G Goldman
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Description

Ivan Goldman envisions a riotous near future in which the Blue States have seceded and formed their own union following a disastrous US invasion of Denmark, now deemed the central front in the war on terror. It's one of several conflicts being waged by a zealous Red Zone government in Washington that reportedly dispatches press gangs to fill military ranks while its citizens flee to Mexico seeking employment as domestics and busboys. Tossed into this maelstrom is ghost writer Delmore LeCorte, who becomes romantically entangled with both the Red Zone president and her more astute sister. Learning secrets he'd rather not know, LeCorte is pursued by a deranged vice president who reportedly rules his domain from a lair deep beneath the Rockies and a ruthless Blue Zone senator who's the love child of a famously randy Democratic ex-President. It's left to the reader to decide whether Exit Blue is inventive political satire or a prescient look at more divisive times ahead.

Author Biography

A Fulbright Scholar and New York Times-best-selling writer, Chicago native Ivan G. Goldman is the author of three novels and a columnist for The Ring magazine. His work has also appeared in Columbia Journalism Review, Utne Reader, The Nation, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and other journals. He and his wife live in southern California. Email him at ivangoldman@yahoo.com.
Release date Australia
March 20th, 2010
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Black Heron Press
Pages
230
Dimensions
140x215x28
ISBN-13
9780930773946
Product ID
3941667

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