by Andrew Howell



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/12/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 152
ISBN : 9781514441794
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 152
ISBN : 9781514441787

About the Book

" Mystery, suspense, Eve-il, and diverse erotica flow through this presentation of intriguing short stories. Two detectives chase a serial killer through a sodden underworld of sexual depravity in EVE-IL. Strange repercussions are at work for the crew of a large drilling rig offshore in Colombia as the result of the abhorrent actions of two crew members in a small town bring an ancient evil to the surface in RIG-WRAITHS. Follow the actions of a young businessman and his kinky exploits with his "Girl Friend" in COLD ETHEL. Run with the Hound dogs in an off beat tale of life in the Ozark mountains of Arkansas during the late 1920's in YOU HAVE TO KEEP THE BLOODLINE STRONG. Alien Conspiracy theories collide with an ominous religious televangelist for the story I TOLD YOU SO. These and other entertaining tales lurk within the heart of this short story collection....

About the Author

Andrew was born in the USA at 8500 feet elevation in the mountains of Colorado. Along with growing up as a Navy Brat in the USA, he has traveled the world as a construction professional living in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, KSA (Saudi Arabia) Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Chile, Peru, Greece, Iraq and Colombia. This broad exposure to Global cultures provides a colorful backdrop for many of his stories. He has been writing for more than 20 years and covers a variety of genera’s. In addition to “Get out of Denver & Scramble” He currently has three other books published. “Writers Write” was published in late summer 2014 and “Writer on the Storm” will be out in October 2014. His fourth book “The Night Rider” is due out near the end of the year. The sequel to Scramble “Armageddon with a six Iron” will be finished in early 2015. He continues to work full time as a Corporate Manager while adding to his existing inventory of literary work on a monthly basis.