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Dogism; a Mark Anthony novel

Anthony, Mark

ISBN 10: 0966573862 / ISBN 13: 9780966573862
Published by Trendsettaz Entertainment, Queens, NY, 1998
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The true first edition of a much-reprinted novel, softbound item. Trade-size 8.5x5.5 inch glossy white photodecorated wraps, mild external handling wear with a little offset smudging to back cover, entirely sound and clean within, a very good copy. The happily-married narrator acknowledges futile promiscuities, hopes to reform, meanwhile has fathered a child by one of his extra-curriculars. Bookseller Inventory # 181196

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Title: Dogism; a Mark Anthony novel

Publisher: Trendsettaz Entertainment, Queens, NY

Publication Date: 1998

Binding: Paperback

Edition: 1st Edition

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Synopsis:

This must-listen novel takes you through a journey in the life, mind, and emotions of a man, showing that at times even dogs, with their distorted sexuality, have a conscience.

Lance Thomas is a sexy, young black male who has it all: a high-paying blue collar career, a home in Queens, New York, two cars, a son, and a beautiful wife.

However, that marriage happened at a very young age and it wasn't long after that he realized he was afflicted with Dogism, a distorted sexuality that causes men to stray and be unfaithful in their relationships with women.

Witness Lance as he juggles God, a wife, a son, and a new mistress, all the while trying to end his dealings with a drama-filled stripper from his past who is obsessed with him. In the midst of drama and deception, Lance realizes that eventually every dog has his day.

About the Author:

Mark Anthony learned to love both books and mountains during childhood summers spent in a Colorado ghost town. Later he was trained as a palaeoanthropologist but along the way grew interested in a different sort of human evolution -- the symbolic progress reflected in myth and the literature of the fantastic. He undertook Beyond the Pale to explore the idea that reason and wonder need not exist in conflict. Mark Anthony lives and writes in Colorado .

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