Press Release Summary: A recently released political thriller from Maine author Mark LaFlamme has become instantly shrouded in controversy as readers debate whether "Dirt: An American Campaign" is fact or fiction.
Press Release Body: Boblin, Maine, September 18, 2008 -- Did presidential candidate Frank Cotton try to cover up a case of body snatching from a Maine cemetery? Cottonís campaign team says no, a new novel suggests otherwise.
A recently released political thriller from Maine author Mark LaFlamme has become instantly shrouded in controversy as readers debate whether "Dirt: An American Campaign" is fact or fiction.
From ďDirty Politics with Joey Nilan:Ē
"In the spirit of Primary Colors, Maine Journalist Mark LaFlamme may be weaving a real past event with a bit of present day fiction in his new novel, Dirt: An American Campaign. In the book, the son of 'Governor Cotton' removes the corpse of his beloved bride from the Riverside Cemetery in Boblin, Maine and goes on the run.
In fact, Calvin Cotton's wife did die in 2004 and the rumor has prevailed that Calvin went missing shortly after.
Is this matter something the Cotton campaign is really trying to cover up as the Primary Colors, makes his run for the White House? Or is it all a fabrication by LaFlamme?"
Read more and decide for yourself:
Gov. Frank Cotton's website: www.cottonforpresident.com Reporter Joey Nilan's website: www.joeynilan.com Mark LaFlamme's "Dirt" page: www.marklaflamme.com/dirt Press Release Submission by PressReleasePoint(http://www.pressreleasepoint.com/)
Web Site: http://www.marklaflamme.com/dirt
Contact Details: Contact: Mark LaFlamme Mark LaFlamme.com Boblin, Maine 207-786-6847 email@example.com http://www.marklaflamme.com/dirt