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THE FRANK PRINCIPLE by EDWARD MORRIS

Summary

It was a dark and stormy psychotic episode…

A homage to legendary singer-songwriter Tom Waits’ vaudeville musical “Frank’s Wild Years”, The Frank Principle tells the story of Jacob Koromaus, a beautiful freak who moves to San Francisco to become an accordion rock star. Once there, he goes to earth in a flophouse south of Market, the St. Christopher Hotel.

The St. Christopher is owned by the Japanese organized crime syndicate, run by a pimp from Calcutta, and clerked at night by Pogue Mahone, your humble on-again, off-again narrator on the run from his own checkered past in Ireland. Frank’s music brightens the lives of Pogue and the other junkies, hooers and ne’er-do-wells’ living at the St. Christopher in the summer of 1999, and foments a story that must be seen to be believed.

Warning, this title contains the following: graphic language, violence.

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The Frank Principle
by Edward Morris

Samhain Publishing
October 1, 2007
Available: October 2, 2007
ISBN #1599986124
EAN #9781599986128
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