Graham Parke’s debut novel No Hope for Gomez will leave you in cyber-stitches

It’s the age-old tale:
Boy meets girl.
Boy stalks girl.
Girl already has a stalker.
Boy becomes her stalker-stalker.

We’ve seen it all before, many times, but this time it’s different. If only slightly.

This is the exciting premise of a just released book by Graham Parke. No Hope for Gomez (Outskirts Press) is Graham’s fiction debut that I’m sure humor suspense lovers are going to enjoy.

No Hope for Gomez focuses on Gomez Porter who becomes a test subject in an experimental drug trial and is asked to keep track of any strange experiences through a blog. What Gomez isn’t ready for, is so many of his experiences suddenly seeming strange; the antiques dealer trying to buy his old tax papers, his neighbor boiling salamanders on his balcony at midnight, the super sexy lab assistant who falls for him but is unable to express herself in terms outside the realm of science.

But when one of the trial participants turns up dead and another goes missing, Gomez begins to fear for his life. No longer sure who he can trust and which of his experiences are real and which merely drug induced illusions, he decides it’s time to go underground and work out a devious plan.

Now, years later, his blogs have been recovered from a defunct server. For the first time we can find out firsthand what happened to Gomez as he takes us on a wild ride of discovery.

California Chronicle calls it “Extremely witty and clever writing that contains keen insights into human nature…”

Reader Views says, “No Hope for Gomez! by Graham Parke is a very funny book; a veritable page turner of nonstop laughs…”

Readers Favorite calls it “The antics in this book will leave the reader laughing. Graham Parke is a genius…”

If you’d like to find out more about Graham Parke and his new book, No Hope for Gomez, visit his website at If you’d like to purchase his book online, you can visit Amazon for purchasing information.

Graham Parke will be on virtual book tour throughout the months of April and May 2010. If you’d like to follow his tour, click here to find out where he’ll be touring and to find out more about this talented and very funny author!

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