The United Hates of America by R.E. Dinlocker

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The United Hates of America satirizes the evolution of
today's societal power players, the push to Christianize the country stoked by real or created security concerns and
the impotence of an increasingly entertainment oriented press.

I thought I had quit writing
bizarre news stories from foreign countries until Mary Saint-Baptiste from The
Picayune met me at the Fort
Lauderdale Hollywood airport. 

Reverend Loquacious "Burger King" Barnum of The Triglyceride Baptist Church
and Reverend Owen Canaday of the Presbyterian Church of Riddick, who hated each
other, the ideals they preached and their followers, had banned together to
attack common enemies.  They had enlisted
the help of Akili Al-Tiamat, a Miami-based restaurateur, to perform their
attacks on individuals they deemed Non-People of Faith.  A Haitian/Arab, Tiamat could also serve as a
scapegoat if some godless Liberal decided to investigate and point fingers. 

When officials of the Department Of Our Faithfully United Homeland Security,
DOOFUHS, question Tiamat as a possible terrorist, she fleas to Haiti where
plans change.  Homeland Security
officials arrest her upon her return to the US.
Barnum and Canaday alert the media to her plight and, as a new media
darling, Tiamat proposes her new plan to the ministers.
 

About R.E. Dinlocker

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In 1974, the author left New York City to sell his paintings on the West Coast of the United States. In 1976, with a Pong championship to his credit, he accepted a job in Iran where he met his wife. After the Revolution, the author, his wife and the Shah all left Iran for Egypt. Two of them got jobs...the other one died. The author has since lived in and written about Iran, Egypt, Indonesia, Haiti and Shanghai. His novels are ‘The Missionary Position’, about Angela Benedetto’s adventures in Irian Jaya, ‘My Enemy, My Friend’, about a love affair during the Iranian Revolution ‘Shanghai’d’ about a Chinese/Israeli plot originating in 1930's Shanghai, ‘Maiden Shanghai’, about Shanghai’s Green Gang’s covert aid to China’s Xinjiang Seperatists and Something Came Up about a young man's search for self. He has written published articles for Channel East Magazine, West-East Magazine, Media Magazine, Asian Hotel and Catering Magazine, www.zingasia.com, www.chinaOnline.com and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. He now writes while out-dodging drivers who don’t signal and waiting on telephone trees when he wants to communicate.
 
Published April 30, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 340 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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