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The Fly Must Die

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Told in the first person, this rather weird but amusing tale by the author of Eternal Bliss (Zebra, 1988) and other fantasy novels tells the story of how Fred Fudpucker, once a moderately successful university grantsperson, becomes involved with the McDiddle hamburger chain--a corporate entity that grows so powerful it effectively runs the entire country. Fred eventually assists in McDiddleland's collapse, bringing economic ruin to most of the country but also allowing a small, rebellious region called Harmonia to flourish unimpeded. Although the first chapters of this fantasy/social commentary are a bit difficult to follow (Fred's introductory musings seem paranoid and delusional at best), eventually all is made clear, and the writing never fails to entertain.-- A.M.B. Amantia, Population Action International Lib . , Washington, D.C.

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Paperback Editions

August 1993 : USA Paperback

Title: The Fly Must Die (WICA Contemporary Fiction)
Author(s): Christopher Fahy
ISBN: 0-9637727-0-8 / 978-0-9637727-0-1 (USA edition)
Publisher: Washington Inst for Creative
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Kindle Editions

October 2016 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition

Title: The Fly Must Die
Author(s): Christopher Fahy
Publisher: Crossroad Press
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