George Thomas Clark
Local teacher turned author and social commentatory George Thomas Clark continues to develop a following via his books and website (see link below).
Bakersfield author George Thomas Clark has had local, national, and international success with his physical novel "Hitler Here" (currently being translated into Polish).
His more recent novels are available on Kobo. As with all of our Kobo books, you can read them on a Kobo eReader (available at Russo's), your home computer, iPad, Nook, or Android smart phone.
$2.99 eBook download Death in the Ring Call Russo's if interested in paperback. 665-4686.
$3.99 eBook download The Bold Investor
$2.99 eBook download Echoes from Saddam Hussein
$2.99 eBook download Obama On Edge
$3.99 eBook download Hitler Here
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In a rousing trip through the worlds of Basketball and Football, George Thomas Clark explores the professional basketball league in Mexico, the Herculean talents of Wilt Chamberlain, the difficulties and humor of attempting to play basketball in middle age, and observes that coaching at Caltech can be more painful than studying all night for a physics exam.
In King Donald readers join Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and many others on a raucous ride into a fictional world infused with facts from one of the roughest political races in modern U.S. history.
HITLER HERE is a well researched and lyrically written biographical novel offering first-person stories by the Fuehrer and a variety of other characters.
With sharp satire and precise writing George Thomas Clark takes readers into the halls of power, and indeed into the minds of the powerful, after the American attack on Iraq. Saddam Hussein and George W. Bush are at their deceptive best, and often unintentionally humorous as they attempt to justify their belligerence.
The stories in OUTLIVING FLYNN are about men and women in love and turmoil, about people struggling with alcoholism and drug addiction, about lost friendship, unscrupulous salespeople, a family beset by generations of cancer, a woman trapped by old customs and mental illness, extraterrestrial beings dominating the earth, and about Martin Stevens, an actor who looks like Errol Flynn and tries to be
We wonder what they're thinking, so we ask Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. And you, Picasso, what are you really like? Vincent van Gogh, please tell us more about your agony and inspiration. We must also learn about distinguished women - Paula Modersohn-Becker, S raphine Louis, Lee Krasner, Diane Arbus, and others. I know they'll tell us.
Barack Obama's African grandfather espouses pride and aggressive self-defense. His father discusses academic success, family difficulties, and a tragic drinking problem. Young Obama reveals his struggle to control vices and establish racial identity. Then the soaring young politician offers incisive comments about politics, international relations, the media, and other issues.