THE DEVIL ORDERS TAKEOUT
A sudden turn on an icy road and Grayson Bolt’s life changes forever. Ordered taken out by a powerful mobster, he must play a dangerous game of cat and mouse, only to learn … he’s not the cat. There’s only one way out. But first, a young couple’s love must be sacrificed in unexpected ways.
Cryptogram: a puzzle where letters represent unknown letters.
The cryptogram in the story is too difficult for even a computer to decipher. Yet, it must be solved.
THE KILLER WHO HATED SOUP
The Internet? Never heard of it. Smart phones? Who you kiddin’? We’re talkin’ 1956.
Energetic and eager to make his mark on what Time magazine called the next great boom town, Bucky Ontario leaves his Louisiana home and hops a bus to Defiance, Oklahoma, a town not particularly adverse to murders, just the embarrassment of them.
While helping his friend, Kindra search for a ring that once belonged to her dead mother, Bucky is told: “Find the baby, find the ring.”
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In 1957, the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma buried a brand new car. Fifty years later they dug it up. Hence, the birth of The Killer Who Hated Soup.
The Smiley’s barber shop sign on the book cover says something else in the trailer.
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THE KILLER WHO WASN’T THERE
A murder occurs in a locked room. Powerful officials conspire against Bucky’s attempt to solve the case, including the KKK, whose members particularly resent Bucky’s friend, Charlotte, a Harvard-educated “Negro” lawyer. When they drag her off to a hanging — her hanging — Bucky reaches the end of his rope.
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Here Are Five Facts About Me
- I won a date on The Dating Game.
- I filmed a U.S. president who is now dead.
- I was in an airplane prepared to invade a foreign country.
- I was in a famous Hollywood movie.
- I’ve been married four times.
Here Is The First Of My Stories
Brier Patch #1
Nudists Are Normal People…
Or Are They?
After ten years in the suburbs living with a crew cut, a wife,
three kids and a dog, someone had to go.
“It’s not about you, it’s me,” my wife Pam said in her big-city New York accent.
She ushered me to the door, adding, “We’ll still be friends.”
That last part rang depressingly familiar. “Bill, I really like you … but as a friend.”
I soon started meeting women. After three strikeouts (see link below), my life
became like a prize, something in a Cracker Jack box where you
never knew in advance what you were going to get.