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Absolved

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Mike Vanderboegh's militia fantasy, Absolved, is a serial novel he self-published online. It chronicles the beginning of a war between Alabama militia and the ATF over gun control. Part so-so thriller and part extremely detailed how-to manual, it is most famous for being cited as the inspiration for the "Waffle House Militia," four residents of Georgia in their late 60's a...more
ebook, 200 pages
Published July 18th 2008 by Self-published
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Grady Hendrix
What is Absolved? Posted on his blog in serial form, Absolved is Mike Vanderboegh’s militia novel about a bunch of good old boys in Alabama taking on the dastardly ATF. Who is Mike Vanderboeg? He’s an Alabama resident who got a lot of media attention back in 2010 when a post on his blog apparently inspired numbskulls to break the office windows of Democratic lawmakers who supported the Health Care Reform Bill. Now he’s gone and posted his inspirational novel, Absolved, online. Inspirational in t...more
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