Nobody by Jim Morrison

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"Jim Morrison takes us on a journey of discovery.
Sam Travis must leave his Upper East Side condo, the troubled Nobody Company IPO, sexually aggressive Diane, and all other New York fineries to immerse himself, halfway across the world, in a murder investigation where the accused is his missing brother Michael.

Morrison weaves a smart fast paced sexy tale of intrigue, discovery and self-enlightenment as he forces Sam (and the reader) to question his desire for the ""proverbial stuff"", his values and moralities as he falls for his brother's girlfriend. Chandra.

Colorful and enigmatic characters flow throughout the novel creating distractions, personal challenges and new emotions that will forever change Sam's life as he continues his pursuit to prove his brothers innocence. Morrison's provocative detailed style brings vividness to everything Sam experiences.

Get comfortable because once you start reading ""Nobody"", nobody will be able to put it down until all the twists and sub plots are revealed in this well written, unpredictable and vibrant story. Arambol, here we come!

Boris Malden, Producer
Boom Shanka! Morrison's sexy global romp, Nobody, captures Sam Travis' cultural collision with the humor of David Sedaris at Jack Kerouac pace. His sharp eye and ironic wit combine pandemonium with enlightenment in an exhilarating read.

Amy Scherzer, Newspaper Columnist

Jim Morrison paints a wonderfully detailed picture of a mysterious part of the world that many may want to experience firsthand the moment you turn the last page.

Nat Bernstein, Writer and Executive Producer, Center of the Universe


About Jim Morrison

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Jim Morrison was the lead singer, composer, and lyricist for The Doors until his death in 1971. Several books of his poems were published posthumously.
Published January 5, 2005 by iUniverse. 164 pages
Genres: Romance, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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