A short story from the author of the #1 Amazon Legal Thriller, Trial Junkies.
John "Preacher" Holliman is one of the baddest bastards ever to ride a Harley. And when his girlfriend Lisa is brutally murdered, Preacher doesn't hesitate to break some heads to find out who killed her. The cops think he did it, but Preacher can't be bothered with them. He's too busy getting his revenge.
Echoing a narrative line that includes Kurt Vonnegut and Joseph Heller, William Giraldi’s Busy Monsters has been hailed as one of the most exciting fiction debuts in years. Penned with a linguistic bravado that explores the diaphanous line between fiction and fact, this "very funny, very inventive dbut novel" (The New Yorker) has at last revived the great American picaresque tradition.
Ex-cop Nick Jennings is struggling to survive a nasty fall from grace whenHolly Addison - reformed Vegas hooker and police informant - returns to town claiming someone is trying to kill her. Nick soon finds himself mixed up in a murder investigation involving the rich, the powerful, and the depraved, and it'll take everything he has in him to win with the hand he's been dealt.
It’s a tantalizing offer to anyone fallen on hard times: Here’s a business that promises to make you $150,000, in just a couple of years. All it costs to get started is $250 - and a dream. A salesman from the network marketing company, Amway, made this pitch to Erik German’s father in the early 1980's touching off the darkest chapter in his family’s past. Two decades later, German investigates the grim reality behind the gleaming promises of a company that offers personal deliverance in the service of selling soap.