If you prefer conventional novels, you should stay away from this book.
ROYAL FLUSH asks: can a man who throws his dates in a dungeon find a girlfriend?
A recipient of the H. R. (Bill) Percy Prize, it’s the humorous tale of a man known only as the King. As his Kingdom careens toward catastrophe, he cruises seedy taverns looking for likely maidens.
His incompetence and weakness for beautiful women drag him deeper and deeper into trouble. He is portrayed as a cross dresser by the Kingdom Crier (the Kingdom’s most popular tabloid). Shortly after, he must defend his castle against a siege, with only his royal fiddler—while attempting to steal his royal fiddler’s girlfriend.Fans of Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett, and Monty Python will love this book.
Scott Bartlett has been writing fiction since he was fifteen. Since then, he's written three novels and several short stories. His second novel, Royal Flush, won the H. R (Bill) Percy Prize, and his third novel, Taking Stock, received the Lawrence Jackson Writers' Award and the Percy Janes First Novel Award.