The lifespan of rabbits : a political fairy tale
A political comedic romp that will keep you guessing and laughing to the end. Eliot Waterfall, a divorced criminal defense attorney, wins over a billion dollars in the multi-state lottery. On a whim, he runs for President, the central theme of his campaign being to bring the country together. His opponents for the office include Roderick Higginbotham III, a Texas billionaire whose first-third wife is a trilingual businesswoman and former fashion model, Senator Dick Wrangler, a devout evangelical Christian and closet homosexual, and Vice-President Lindsay Buck, whose father scoured the want-ads every summer looking for free pet rabbits to fill the family freezer. Throughout the campaign, Eliot strives to win back his ex-wife, Alex, but his attempts are complicated by the arrival of Ivenka Larionov, a foul-mouthed Russian supermodel with a voracious sexual appetite and a well-known penchant for bedding billionaires. Part political satire, part social commentary, part love story, The Lifespan of Rabbits is as good for the political junkie as it is for the hopeless romantic.
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Adult New Fiction
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