Chemo  a novel 



Eddie Funstion, after 41 years with a murderous Federal agency, learns that retired agents die fast. He exchanges identity with Victor Otis, an ancient hippie with a smelly dog in a small California town, and crosses paths with Judith, whose multiple identities are a result of alien abduction. With her gritty humor, her teenage son Josh, and her lover Moshe, she’s managed a life, but the Feds target her as an enemy sympathizer.

The aliens are actually very nice folks, sending emissaries to heal the traumas they’ve caused. But seeing our rape of Planet Earth, they are simultaneously planning to kill us as the cancer we are. It’s black, funny, and vaguely hopeful.

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