A'dan Didaz & The Three Bums of Democracy by Jamie Jones
Or how the first world is first in everything, corruption included.

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A´dan Didaz is the son of a Tunisian mother and a Catalan, Catalan father. The second Catalan says it all. He´s thirteen, doesn´t go to school and accompanies his parents, both journalists, on their various trips around the world. This journey round A´dan is not very happy. His father is taking him to a place he expects to be as boring as his hometown, Zarzis, in the South of Tunisia. But once he gets there he´s greatly surprised. Who should have thought the things he finds out about this tiny, little spot in the heart of Europe beat the plot in every single Stephen King novel?

About Jamie Jones

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Jamie Rines Jones is a platform artist and international long hair educator. She is also the owner of Helping Hand Productions, a video production company in Blairsville, Georgia.
Published November 15, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 248 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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