Quest for Jackalope Pelts Leads Adventurer to Sasquatch in New Book

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Humorous twists and turns will absolutely take readers on a hilarious literary journey with Chester X. Hootenwhacker’s new book.

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Excitement and laughter await readers in author Chester X. Hootenwhacker’s The Jackalope and the Sasquatch (published by AuthorHouse), an amusing, and fictitious biographical account filled with humor and adventures. It is a funny, fast moving, and adventurous literary masterpiece that appeals to the young and young at heart, those who like to hunt or enjoy the Wild West, those who are interested in the Bigfoot, and those who like to laugh.

Set in a lost valley somewhere in the Montana Rocky Mountains, The Jackalope and the Sasquatch is a hilarious tall tale that follows the western adventurer Hootenwhacker, who goes on a quest to find jackalope pelts to make big money supplying a short-lived fad in cowboy hats. In the process, he runs into a lost tribe of savage Indians, then Bigfoot (the Sasquatch) – a whole herd of them. Written in first person point of view, this side-splitting, fast paced and daring account is designed to give everyone something at which to laugh. A witty, moral lesson will also strike readers as the whole story unfolds.

Interesting, funny, vibrant, and very entertaining, The Jackalope and the Sasquatch is a charming book that will surely give readers an absolute literary adventure.

About the Author
Chester X. Hootenwhacker has kept his true identity rather concealed even from the publisher. But he has told us that his encounter with the Sasquatch caused him to loose interest in the Rocky Mountains. Currently, he lives in a backwoods section of Appalachia.

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