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Confessions of a Comedian
By Kip Addotta

From his first interactions with “The Mob” in his early childhood, his nightmarish life with his father until he was on his own at 15 years of age, through his marriages, and how he became one of the best and most famous stand-up comedians of his time, Kip Addotta tells all. He names names and details the how-to and fine-tuning of comedy.

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Born and raised in a patriarchal farming community infused with bent religion, 19-year-old Meyrick has spent the majority of her life encased in snow-dusted hills and trees. Stanch regulation leaves little room for teenage antics, and Meyrick finds herself dreaming of a future far from the grasp of rural Alberta. As plans to leave for America are coming to fruition, an unearthed secret leaves Meyrick with no choice but to rescue the man she loves and embark on their adventure prematurely. Destined for Idaho, a series of tragedies leaves Meyrick without her companion, alone in rural America and tossed into the clutches of a sadistic crop farmer, Leroy Ellis. One morning, while walking, she is perplexed to witness a gentleman in a truck disperse two farmhands on the lawn before driving away. 

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