The Salmon of Doubt: Hitchhiking the Galaxy One Last Time

Author: Douglas Adams

The Salmon of Doubt comprises eleven chapters of the novel on which Douglas Adams was working at the time of his death, in which Dirk Gently is on the trail of half a cat and a mysteriously easy-to-track actor. Co-starring with the pizza-addicted detective are Thor, Norse God of Thunder, and a highly confused rhinoceros called Desmond. Alongside this is an astonishing coll….Read More

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