George and the Armadillo
Daniel Ogilvie, author
After Daniel Ogilvie’s previous book, George and the Rabbit’s flirtation with the New York Times’ Best Seller list (which went unrequited) this book follows George’s travails as he finds himself at odds with today’s society. Fresh from his failed suicide attempt, George decides to start up his own company, bringing him into contact with venture capitalists, estate agents, HR managers and many others who compete at the bottom of George’s personal evolutionary scale. George has found new love and, after slaughtering any rival beaus, his path is clear. But will his inamorata be attracted, long-term, to a sociopathic introvert? Will Mr. Benson maintain his new-found libido? What role do the armadillos and Mutiny on the Bounty play in a politician’s career? Just how did Ashley contract leprosy? And can a profane Shirley Bassey impersonator save the day?