The Autistic Comedy by Barney Vincelette

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Don has just been offered the position of vice president of marketing at McDonald's, but his life is about to change. He is visited by the ghost of Virgil, who takes him on a tour of of Hell and Purgatory, where what he sees will impel him to turn his back on corporate America forever. Inspired by football and television evangelism, McDonald's hires the ruthless Monte Feltro to destroy Palace Reno, an institution that stands in the way of fast food and pop culture monopolizing the American way of life. Don vows to save Palace Reno. He goes to Beatrice, its founder. A vicissitude takes them to a home for autistic children, where they discover the damning truth about the things that often happen to these children behind closed doors. Feltro finds them. He and Prosecutor Rupert G. Airy put Don, Beatrice, and the children on trial, claiming that Palace Reno is an international child pornography ring.

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Published April 30, 2013 by Robert B. Vincelette Jr.. 200 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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