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Review of Mort Morte: Dexter, South Park, Aesop, Diary of a Wimpy Kid Meets Travis Bickle

“Like Dexter visiting South Park, like Aesop  mixed with the Simpsons, like Diary of a Wimpy Kill as told by Travis Bickle from Taxi Driver, Mort Morte is a brilliant, sad, deep, LOL book” Holy mother of murder, Mort Morte! I’m thinking that David Henry Sterry ate Aesop for breakfast one day and burped this […]

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Mort Morte: “A quart of Edward Gorey, a pint of Carl Sandberg, another pint of Dylan Thomas, two tablespoons of A.A. Milne”

“I loved it. You will too, unless you’re already dead.” – Laura Schulman

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Mort Morte: “Masterful, whimsical, laugh-out-loud hilarious!”

“Mort Morte by David Henry Sterry reads like an elegantly simple children’s book designed for adults.”

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The Next Big Thing Blog Hop: Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Justin Bieber & Mort Morte

1.What is the working title of your book?   Mort Morte 2. Where did the idea come from for your book? A dream where my dad gives me a gun for my third birthday then snatches away my binky & tells me it’s time I became a man. So I shot him. 3. What genre does […]

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Mort Morte

Purchase the Book Paperback : Amazon.com | Barnes & Nobles | Indiebound | Bookadda Ebook : Kindle | Nook Signed Book : Contact me Discuss the Book My new book Mort Morte with beautiful pictures by Alain Pilon. On my third birthday, my father, in an attempt to get me to stop sucking my thumb, gave me a gun. […]

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