New Novel Offers a Fun and Funny Community Adventure

Charles Morgan’s ‘Knights of the Secondhand Stew’ quest for better-smelling air.

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BRISBANE, Australia (PRWEB) June 24, 2013

Sometimes, the greatest achievements come from the humblest of beginnings. In the case of author Charles Morgan and his new novelKnights of the Secondhand Stew” (published by Trafford Publishing), the impetus was simple: “I just wanted to write something really outrageously funny,” he says.

Gavin Troop, a self-righteous and utterly willful little man, forms a residents’ group to complain about the smell of sewage in their suburb. But his blazing zeal takes the group higher and ever higher in the power politics of the land. Where will it end? How enormously will they change their suburb, their city, their land, even the world? And will Gavin, the son of an escapee from a sperm bank, finally find his father and understand why he was abandoned as a child?

“Today’s society needs more humor,” Morgan says. “What happened to Monty Python?” With the publication of “Knights of the Secondhand Stew,” readers are sure to find a good story, a good laugh and a knee-slapping good read.

“Knights of the Secondhand Stew”
By Charles Morgan
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 324 pages | ISBN 9781466927223
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 324 pages | ISBN 9781466927216
E-Book | 324 pages | ISBN 9781466927230
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Charles Morgan is the son of eccentric upper crust adventurers and revolutionaries. He was born in India and educated in posh English schools where he learned to misbehave. He studied geology at Cambridge University then worked as a geologist and computer software developer in England, Africa, Australia, Russia and Laos.

Morgan lives in Brisbane with his wife, Shelagh, and works as a geological consultant and writer. His cats died years ago and have not been seen since.

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