Overview

Gwenny and Roger June are eating dinner in The Savoy Hotel in London when they meet a beautiful Iranian woman. They spend time together visiting the great cultural sites, and then she follows them home to Charleston, South Carolina, America's most beautiful town. What they don't find out until later is that before she left her home in Tehran, she stole ALL of The Ayatollah's money, and now some nasty boys in turbans are after her ass with malice aforethought.

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The Ayatollah's Money

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Overview

Gwenny and Roger June are eating dinner in The Savoy Hotel in London when they meet a beautiful Iranian woman. They spend time together visiting the great cultural sites, and then she follows them home to Charleston, South Carolina, America's most beautiful town. What they don't find out until later is that before she left her home in Tehran, she stole ALL of The Ayatollah's money, and now some nasty boys in turbans are after her ass with malice aforethought.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045431026
  • Publisher: Richard Dorrance
  • Publication date: 11/11/2013
  • Series: Gwenny and Roger June , #3
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 867,714
  • File size: 385 KB

Meet the Author

Richard Dorrance lives next door to Gwenny and Roger June in America's most beautiful town, Charleston, South Carolina. Four days after moving into his house on Church St., Richard heard gunfire on the other side of the 200 year old brick wall that separates his historic property from the June's. Being of stout heart, he stood on a chair and looked over the wall, where he saw Gwenny sitting on a wooden milk crate, holding a gun and looking at the wall along the back line of her property, where Richard could see small craters in the wall and brick chips on the ground underneath. The appearance of his head above the wall caught Gwen's eye, and she looked at him with a dazzling smile.She said, "Hey. Sorry about the noise, but I just had to sight this new baby in. Looks like it pulls a hair to the left." She got up, went over to the wall, and offered him a handshake.Richard never had had the inclination to kiss a woman's hand, old-fashioned style, but he did now. He would discover that Gwen made a lot of men feel and think things they never had before. He controlled himself, shook her hand regular style, and asked, "Don't the police mind you firing a gun in the back yard?"She said, "They do, or used to, but after they come to check it out they seem to leave satisfied. I don't do it very often. We like a quiet neighborhood."That was a few years ago, and since then Richard and the Junes have become good friends. So good, in fact, that Richard started writing books about them and the capers they get involved in. You can read excerpts from these books on Richard's website.Before meeting the Junes and being stimulated to record their multifarious lives in a series of comedy cum caper novels, Richard worked for many years as an historical preservationist for the National Park Service. He now finds living vicariously through his neighbors exploits to be much more interesting. He also really likes the June's dog, who communicates with him telepathically. Occasionally, as Richard works on a book, the Junes try to hide something from him about one of their capers, but the dog always squeals and tells the whole story.
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