Review of The slush Pile Inspector by Charles Frankenhouser

I love this book. It is a trip through absurdity. The hero steps up from driving a cab to becoming and literary agent and goes on to his present job as a secret slush pile inspector; all without losing an exaggerated sense of  his own importance. If you want a light-hearted read, this is the book for you. If you ever wanted to be a slush pile inspector, this is the book for you. If you have a longing to be a literary agent, this is a book that will show you how not to go about it. Have fun.

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2 thoughts on “Review of The slush Pile Inspector by Charles Frankenhouser

  1. Charles Frankhauser

    Thanks for the review of my book. Slush Pile Inspector (Amazon) is written to entertain readers especially writers that have submitted manuscripts to be published and received rejections of their work (placed in the slush pile).

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  2. Charles Frankhauser

    Slush Pile Inspector will be Free on Kindle in all markets from Tuesday 8 October until Saturday 12 October 2013. I hope readers will enjoy this novel; the protagonist is forced into becoming a literary agent and relates the story of his career in the publishing industry from his research on the origins of the publishing industry, then to the revelation of a secret vocation in the basement of publishers, and ending with Hollywood filmmaking during a wild adventure in company with his companions including the stray dog that adopts him.

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