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About Trash Talk

When the Clash of Two Cultures Turns into a Hilarious Lovefest . . .

Football, baseball, basketball, hockey—pro athletes revolt! Too many fights, too many problems, lousy image! The commissioners are fed up and players are angry at mandated, educational seminar attendance! But that's what happened, and the commissioners aren't backing down. All pro athletes have to attend a course or seminar unrelated to sports every year.

It looks like dark days for the athletes until one of them sees an ad for the upcoming S.E.S. Trash Talk symposium. How perfect is that? None of the athletes knew, or even cared, what S.E.S. was, but trash talk was their specialty. Word of the meeting spread among the athletes like wildfire. They could not apply fast enough. The annual Environmentalist Society Meeting, hosted by the Sarasota Environmentalist Society (S.E.S.), will be a surprise of a lifetime when the world of professional athletes collides with the world of professional environmentalists in an explosion of laughter.

What happens next is worth the price of admission!

Perfect for Fans of Carl Hiaasen and Tim Dorsey


“One of the top sports books of the season.” ―Publishers Weekly

“The meeting of brains and brawn is brought about through a hilarious coincidence.” ―Bookpleasures

“A very funny book that throws together two cultures that have nothing in common, examining misbehavior, miscommunications, and major league misunderstandings.” ―Bookviews

“This makes for a hilarious time! Trash Talk is a blast for everyone to read.” ―Reader Views

Trash Talk is a wild, oddball crash of two cultures that turns into a comic lovefest.” ―Stuart Kaminsky, Mystery Writers of America 2006 Grand Master

“A wild, oddball crash of two cultures that turns into a hilarious lovefest.” ―Writers in the Sky

“A genuinely clever—and frighteningly plausible—novel with great potential for the big screen.” — Jeremiah Healy, best-selling author

“A hilarious mix of the likes of Tim Dorsey and Carl Hiaasen.” —The Islander

“Filled with humor . . . Robert Gussin delivers a solid story.” —Round Table Reviews