Prescription for Guns, A

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Gilbert is a loser. He suffers for low self-esteem, high blood pressure, and inoperable social invisibility disorder. Doctor Mallet, Gilbert's psychiatrist, offers a different diagnosis: Why take responsibility for life's problems when you can blame everyone else instead.

"A Prescription for Guns" is a short humor piece combining satire with commentary on a social propensity for violence. More
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About Christopher Holmes Nixon

Christopher Holmes Nixon is originally from, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and holds degrees in Economics and Political Science from the same city.

For the last decade, he has served as an Infantry Officer with the Canadian Armed Forces and the Princess Patricias Canadian Light Infantry, with one operational tour to Afghanistan with the Task Force 3-09 Battle Group.

He currently resides in Edmonton, Alberta, and enjoys an addiction to writing.

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Reviews of Prescription for Guns, A by Christopher Holmes Nixon

Suicidal CoPilot reviewed on Nov. 28, 2016

I just downloaded it for the cover art :)
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Cynthia Swallows reviewed on Nov. 27, 2016

I love Smashwords. Perfect for anyone like me who can’t stop reading.
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Dash Darlington reviewed on Nov. 27, 2016

Flash fiction where the main character’s crazy doctor prescribes a handgun as a means of solving all of his problems.
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