One thought on “Seadock (The Boz Trilogy, #1)

  1. This sprawling, funny, and bawdy novel is sort of Tom Robbins meets Jack Kerouac and they write about the Vietnam war. Leo is a goggle-eyed pawn, an innocent in the Great Game of…well, there’s probably something going on with deeper meaning than anti-government protests, the military, and drug running, but only Boz – the man behind the curtain, pulling Leo’s strings – knows. At least Leo gets laid a lot.

    I enjoyed this book despite the large sprinkling of typographical errors, the odd justifica

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