As the title implies, it is the story of Cherokee, a small town in Arkansas, and the return home of several of its quirky characters. Add a werewolf, a vampire, and a pervert nicknamed The Mole to the mix, and you've got the premise for a hilarious romp through the macabre.
A pharmacist licensed in three states, Harvey Mendez lives with his wife, Ann in Southern California. He has co-authored a screenplay and has six short stories, two essays, one poem, and six novels published.
His novel, AMELIA, is a best seller and placed fourth in a national contest and was a finalist in the EPPIE 2003 contest. THE BEAR AND THE BULL won first place as a short story in 1986.
He belongs to the Lagunita Writers Group in Laguna Beach, California and the Cherokee Village Writers Guild in Arkansas.