Gelmon Wrackworn hates people, and that makes him the perfect salesman. He sells telepathic vacuums door-to-door in a world where door-to-door sales have been outlawed. He follows the motto, “If they don’t buy, make them pay.”
Unfortunately for them, some people really want Gelmon. Reedy Fence, a Telepathic Vacuum Cleaner Salesperson Policeman, wants Gelmon to go to jail. The ShadowMaster, a leader in an underground society that tests the limits of technology, wants Gelmon to exorcise some satanically-possessed telepathic vacuums. Judy, Gelmon’s wife, wants him to stop asking her strange questions she can’t answer. There are many others who want Gelmon as well.
Gelmon wouldn’t be a salesman though, if he gave people what they really wanted.
David J. Rollins is a new exciting author with a style all his own. His stories are unlike anything else you have ever read, unless you have read Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett, Christopher Moore or William Rankin. And if you have read those authors, you’ll love David J. Rollins.
Reviews for David J. Rollins Other Books
“The perfect book for anyone that has any problem with (any) religion. If you don’t find yourself laughing at poor Requiem’s situation and who put him there you’re definitely taking life too seriously.” Dallas (Goodreads review of Angry Edenites No. 1 – The Preacher.)
“I certainly wasn’t expecting a novelette that had me talking about it all weekend to everyone who would listen! David Rollins has created a quirky, sick, but totally enjoyable world in the Sales Crime Policeman.” EM Havens Blog (Review of The Sales Crime Policeman, emhavenswrites.blogspot.com/2014/06/em-reviews-sales-crime-policeman-by.html)
“This humorous science fiction novel gets a gold star for imagination and for a very entertaining, whimsical book with loads of allegory . It’s snarky and sarcastic and for some reason it I get the feeling the author is a fan of Phillip Dick.” Gpangel (Amazon Review of The Sales Crime Policeman)