Bring Me the Head of John Grisham (Story)

Bring Me the Head of John Grisham (Story)

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by Stefano Boscutti
     
 

What would you do for a million dollars?

Risk averse expatriate life insurance agent Bob Proctor has to steal back the head of famed American legal thriller author to claim a million dollar bounty from a retired Mexican drug lord. He soon finds himself way out of his depth on the back roads of Mexico. Army snipers, wild dogs, gold Cadillacs, one-handed Narcos.

Overview

What would you do for a million dollars?

Risk averse expatriate life insurance agent Bob Proctor has to steal back the head of famed American legal thriller author to claim a million dollar bounty from a retired Mexican drug lord. He soon finds himself way out of his depth on the back roads of Mexico. Army snipers, wild dogs, gold Cadillacs, one-handed Narcos. The whole enchilada.

"Bring Me the Head of John Grisham" is a loco literary story. With enough twists to give you whiplash.

Can the timid Proctor become fearless?

'The books of the future may not meet all the conventional criteria for literary value that we have today, or any of them.' Time Magazine

"Ruthless, contemporary take on Sam Peckinpah's weird, horrifying film that somehow transcends its unlikely material." Gary Hughes

'Riveting, snarling thriller with some brutal twists and turns.' Garth Hableton

'Absorbing, bizarrely spellbinding and strangely humorous.' Alex Guerrero

This is a work of fiction. While many of the characters portrayed here have counterparts in the life and times of John Grisham, the characterizations and incidents presented are products of the author's imagination.

'I have no idea where this filthy little thriller came from. It just kept assaulting me until I wrote it down, wrote it out. I guess it's all about courage. If you like stories that spin out of control down south of the border, you'll love this one.' Stefano Boscutti

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940032826408
Publisher:
Stefano Boscutti
Publication date:
10/22/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
229,903
File size:
88 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

STEFANO BOSCUTTI is an award-winning writer and director.He loves stories about true mavericks and outsiders who want to change the world. Larger than life characters who either wildly succeed or go down in flames. (Often both at the same time.) Boscutti's stories are usually laced with humor and a ton of irony.

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Bring Me the Head of John Grisham (Story) 2.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Tenner More than 1 year ago
An American finds himself adrift in the most dangerous part of Narco infested Mexico but he has a police car and a plan. The plot is as bizarre as anything but the story is so good that you are happy to suspend disbelief and go along for this Mexican Joy Ride. You will be at the edge of your seat and you will laugh your head off too. This book is satisfying until the very end. The bad guys get what is coming to them. The (kind of) good guys get what they need and you end this book with a smile on your face.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought this was a supid waste of time. Both writing the story and me reading it. It is so bad I even deleted it from my nook.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the worst .
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Glad I didn't pay a lot for this book!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good read, albiet it far fetched.
mscorky More than 1 year ago
This book just was not my cup of tea - a waste of my time. I don't mean to be unkind, but it was a very silly, dumb story.
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OrdinaryGuy More than 1 year ago
this is an excellent short story. I am going to check out his other works.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was surprised at the way the story moved. It didn't make me want to keep reading other than to reach the conclusion and see the outcome. Interesting only because it featured John Grisham.