Monse Sabater Unleashes her Latest Novel, Rincon Scuffle to an Unsuspecting and Delighted Public

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Using black humor and magical realism, the author explores modern neurosis, things that keep you awake at night and destroy your libido. It explores the neocolonial relationship between the United States and its last true remaining colony in the Caribbean. It explores how this relationship poisons the mind and souls of those involved, even those who willingly participate in its foreign wars of conquest.

Monse Sabater III releases her widely awaited first novel, Rincon Scuffle (Or How I learned to Love the Shuriken).

This novel uses masterfully both black humor, irony and magical realism to explore our post 911 national neurosis. It explores the "Buffet of Ideas" that the modern media has been forcing down our collective psyche for the last five years. The things that are really important are delegated to the background, and the implication of anxiety producing themes is overwhelming.

It explores the toxic relationship between the United States and its last true remaining colony in the Caribbean. This interaction poison the souls of those involved, even those that are willing participants in the misguided international adventures of the empire.

In a background of martial arts, overwhelming violence and sensuality these profound issues are exposed and discussed. The novel is a rollercoaster that takes the reader through five continents, never letting you rest.

The novel is available through the self publishing industry leader, Lulu Publishing, at http://www.lulu.com

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Guillermo Morell
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