SAUL by Will Martin
A comic carp fishing adventure in the rain

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"Russell invites three friends to fish a secluded lake. Big carp, ferocious wildlife and Star Wars all lurk in the spring fed water. A weekend carp fishing that unfolds into a comic nightmare.

There had been a crash further down the bank. In a petty way, Collin hoped it was Russell falling in.
It was far more likely that Russell would come back with a twenty pounder under each arm, having caught them using only his hat.

The publisher suggested I use a powerful hook on the cover to get my readers attention. I've chosen a barbless size six, short shank, Raptor."

About Will Martin

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WILL MARTIN is Lead Economist of the Development Research Group at the World Bank, Washington DC.
Published October 31, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 209 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Sports & Outdoors, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Christian Science Monitor

When Saul died in 2005, Greg felt shoved aside by these literary sons of Saul Bellow.

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The Spectator

Greg Bellow does his best to grasp what fiction-writing can involve, including a degree of selfishness which the practitioner may think vocationally necessary — even altruistic.

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Alaska Dispatch

Saul Bellow’s eldest son is a retired psychoanalyst, a profession that suited him because he was “able to relate to boys who suffered broken hearts,” Greg Bellow writes in "Saul Bellow’s Heart: A Son’s Memoir."

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