Mr. Dreyfus Demons is the story of Fred Dreyfus, an average individual who is thrust into a most unusual situation. Waking from an office party the night before, he discovers a door that leads straight into the infernal realm of hell.
Condemned to hell on a technicality, his only chance of escape lies with the scruples of three random New Yorkers, or his own wits. As he is introduced to the scheming characters who inhabit the netherworld, Fred realizes that his best hope for escape lies within himself.
Seizing opportunities as they present themselves, Fred forges tenuous alliances in a plan of escape born of necessity and constantly shifting with the political tide of hell.
What people are saying about Mr. Dreyfus Demons:
"Not how it happened at all." - Adolf Hitler
"Peters perspicacious pastiche prevents pigeonholing, plowing past perfunctory potboilers and providing a premier, potent primer on politics and propaganda. Printed with precision, peerless and penetrating, passionate and patient, the puissant prose pesters for promotion and propagation." - The Spirit of Spiro Agnew Weekly Newsletter
"Reading this book gave me a good idea of what hell must really be like." - Anonymous
"Oh yeah, this is a good book. Real good." - The Sarcastic Times
The best foreword I ever wrote." - John Rapacciuolo
"Excellent font work." - The Font Fount
A Bippy Spiffs Book Consortium Alternate Selection
Winner of the Bippy Spiff Certificate of Appreciation for Middlebrow Literature
Peter Dabbene has also written Prime Movements, a collection of short stories, and The Invisible Book, a nine hundred page novel about marketing fraud.