Henry Wood is suffering greatly from a festive night of saying goodbye to 1954. His world is one of black and white, right and wrong, but his life is about to change and there will forever be shades of grey. An average detective, with a passion for the Brooklyn Dodgers, Henry is about to be hired by a beautiful woman, to find her father and his journal. It seems simple enough, but when a second woman appears, wanting his services, to find the same journal, he suspects he might be in over his head.
Underwood, Scotch, and Wry is a humorous look at social media through the eyes of a Luddite college professor. Arthur enjoys drinking, the company of his female TAs, and generally being a pain in the butt for the dean of the English department. He has tenure. He hates computers. The dean hates him. Watch as Arthur and the dean engage in an angst filled battle to end (or save) his job. This humorous fiction will keep you listening. If you like social media, blogging, and mockery, you'll enjoy my first satire novel Underwood, Scotch, and Wry.
"70% garbage, 20% insightful, 10% funny"