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Tales From the Mile High Gator

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by: Tony Arnold
Books with a 5 star rating  (5)
Publication Date: October 28, 2020
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 260
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White

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Book Synopsis
Over the course of eighteen original books and five foreign language compilations, the Whisanant Mythos has followed the picaresque saga of Doyce Whisanant over a wealth of adventures spilling over across more than a single lifetime. With the publication of this nineteenth original work, "Tales From the Mile High Gator" brings the Mythos to its entertaining climax, now that the protagonist has reached his Promised Land of Candor-on-Asperger, Florida. Twelve linked stories and one historical novelette comprise this capstone of misadventure wherein one unique lifetime of plotlines and disparate threads are seen to constitute the single cord of one very conscious identity, confined to a realm not of its making. An original work sure to entertain and appall.
Customer Comments
Posted: November 9, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
"Tony Arnold cuts his literary filet mignon from only the biggest sacred cows." - The Rustic Anomalist
Posted: November 9, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
"'Tales From the Mile High Gator' is the twenty-fourth installment of The Whisanant Mythos, and stands as literary shotgun-up-the-anus to political correctness and the new societal tyranny of the socialist left. Protagonist Doyce Whisanant shows why he earned the appellation 'White Devil' in this interwoven series of irreverent takes on modernity. Not for the humorless, the fey or the fainthearted, this satiric gem is sure to shock and entertain all but the most depraved reader. This book should earn its author a place in the top echelon of Florida humorists." -- Manly Men's Magazine
Posted: December 15, 2020
Customer comment 5 star rating
One of the few books to describe in great detail, the massive Skunk Ape problem that plagues all of Florida. Other cryptids like Pink Alligators, Flathead Pythons, Great Blue Flamingos, The Amphibious Creature from Silver Springs, and the famous Spiked Armadillo don't hold a place in most Floridian's hearts like the famous and fearsome Florida Skunk Ape.

- Jephthah Conley
Skunk Ape Hunter

Posted: July 12, 2021
Customer comment 5 star rating
"These handy, affordable books are sure to please everybody, even the youngsters! With extra-rich, built-in spice and flavor on every page, White Devil Press publications are assembled from only the best influences and ingredients, suitable for everyone on your gift list: pacifists, beatniks, foreign agents, disorderly persons and Earthlings of every imaginable description! Beautiful objects of intellectual merit you'll be proud to display in your home library, and as rich and satisfying as the very best-tasting, pasteurized processed American sliced cheese you can buy!" -- Ed Herlihy
Posted: November 17, 2021
Customer comment 5 star rating
"In the southern gonzo style of Hunter S Thompson, this is a fascinating winnowing of the paranormal wheat from chaff. Arnold/Rangoon knows how to communicate and his allusions to other literary works grip the reader starting at page one. Even his skeptical style pulls the reader in. An exciting journey into the strange landscape of otherworldliness. The author has seen it all and met all the characters, and is a reliable, insightful, hilarious scribe." -- Common Law Confidential
About The Author
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Tony Arnold is the pseudonym of noted Exocryptobiologist and Tiki Misanthropologist Crabbe Rangoon, who is the corporate mascot of Ianez Ventures, Inc., founded by CEO Fred Ianez II, a Theoretical Classicist who also founded the Temple of Scientonomy, established as the Earthly platform for the works and teachings of the Celestial entity known as WM. Rangoon is also the author of numerous scholarly nonfiction books on Exocryptobiology under his own name. He divides his time between his south Florida stilt home and a vintage quonset hut atop Floating Rock Mountain, where he writes, frequents Chinese restaurants, and collects Oceanic artifacts, tobacco pipes, and exotic books.
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