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The Badger Game

The Badger Game

By William Norris
Categories: Fiction, Satire, Suspense, Political
Imprint: CamCat Books
Paperback (Large print edition) : 9780744300055, 358 pages, June 2020
Paperback (Revised edition) : 9780744300802, 288 pages, June 2020
Hardcover (Revised edition) : 9781931540322, 320 pages, April 2021
Ebook (EPUB) (Revised edition) : 9780744300819, 316 pages, June 2020
Paperback (Large print edition) : 9780744302950, 358 pages, June 2020
Audiobook : 9780744301526, December 2020
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A liberal arts college on the brink of financial ruin unwittingly joins forces with the Mafia and involves students in rigging the next presidential election . . .


The future of the nation rests on one man’s birthmark.

Fulford College is broke. In a desperate attempt to keep its doors open, the Florida based college joins forces with the Mafia to establish a scholarship program. This program, however, comes with a new set of students selected by the Mafia and a secret new curriculum. Little did this liberal arts college know, it was now home to the very first criminal education program in the nation.

These brave students are now entering their senior year at Fulford during an election year. This class of well-trained criminals volunteers to work the election: half working for the Democratic campaign and half for the Republican campaign. Using the methods they learned in their sophistry class and other courses in corruption, their assignment is to help rig the presidential election in the Democratic candidate’s favor—Vice President Harold Griswold.

But when the vice president is kidnapped and replaced with a doppelgänger, things start to go awry in Washington DC. Who is this man in the White House with Hal Griswold’s face? What is the Mafia up to? And how could one identifiable feature ruin it all?


“An engaging story of the corruption of a college whose graduates use as their practicum experience the complete manipulation of the US election process . . . I recommend The Badger Game without reservation. ” —Jeff Taylor, author