A photographer seeks his muse in a Spanish fishing village, but discovers a plot to sell a hydrogen bomb to terrorists. This time he can’t use his camera to distance himself from reality. He must act before it’s too late.Advance praise for ZAMORA’S TATTOO"e;Marks the debut of a new American novelist of insight, intelligence, style and sensitivity. Al Gowan is a writer with something to say that’s fresh and provocative and he says in a voice that is utterly, uniquely his own."e; – Gerald Gross, Editors on Editing"e;A dangerous and startling novel full of wit and grace. Al Gowan is a writer who takes delight in revealing the struggles of his people"e;- Melanie Rae Thon, SWEET HEARTS, IONA MOON, GIRLS IN THE GRASS, METEORS IN AUGUST AND FIRST, BODY.
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