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Tourist Trap

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In suburban New Jersey, in the summer of 2006, a recent college graduate answers a Help Wanted ad from a travel agency seeking tourists for “direct sales distribution.” It doesn’t take him long to figure out the function of the company-issued camera. During an initial trip to London, he also discovers his real role: Terrorist.

Instead of fleeing, he quickly finds himself sw
Paperback, 268 pages
Published August 27th 2015 by Black Rose Writing
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Chris Campanioni was born in Manhattan in 1985. He is a first-generation American, the son of immigrants from Cuba and Poland, a writer, teacher, and the editor of PANK, Tupelo Quarterly, and At Large Magazine. Campanioni’s debut novel, Going Down, was selected as Best First Book at the International Latino Book Awards in 2014. His poem “Transport (after ‘When Ecstasy is Inconvenient’)” was a fina ...more

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