|About the Book|
Death & Taxes: How Senator Savage almost escaped both. An exciting bizarre story of the making of a hilarious film about crazy old people who grow their own replacement parts on a secret clone farm. Pandemonium erupts when the young virgin clones escape. The books central character Keith, a twenty-something Soundman-Writer, struggles to forget a mysterious death while falling in love with a cold-bodied psychic Wardrobe girl, Jessica. To their horror, fiction becomes reality as real doctors snatch real parts for a bloody transplant. Although the medical activity in this book is satirical, the nuances of actual Hollywood film production are described in depth since the author worked behind the scenes for many years in Hollywood. The writing style is irreverent, un-sanitized, and far from political-correctness: nothing has been dumbed-down.