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A Song for Charlie: A Johnny Scotch Adventure

A Song for Charlie: A Johnny Scotch Adventure


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A Job Gone Wrong.

Redemption in a red-headed package.

A triple homicide that points to Johnny.

Buying a girl a drink never caused someone so much trouble, and this time — Johnny Scotch ordered a double. How does Johnny deal with the failure with Charlie while trying to keep himself out of jail in the present? What is Lila hiding in her past? How much single malt does it take to dull the sharp edges of Johnny’s current predicament?

Follow Johnny down a rabbit hole filled with scotch, bruised knuckles, and soft curves while he reconciles his actions and how their consequences affect Charlie and Lila.

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ISBN-13: 9780996775847
Publisher: Justice Served Neat Productions LLC
Publication date: 10/10/2018
Series: Johnny Scotch , #2
Pages: 180
Product dimensions: 4.25(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.41(d)

About the Author

As the creator and writer of "Johnny Scotch", John Dover has built his Jazz Noir world from the music he is immersed in on a daily basis and from his travels across the US as a professional musician. John continues to build the "Johnny Scotch" library through short stories, and his comic book collaboration with Illustrator and story board artist Dan Schaefer. John's musical world and his writing world also collide with the "Johnny Scotch Vignettes", a series of musical pieces written by Thomas Barber, that incorporate high energy fusion with the spoken word.

John Currently is working on Johnny Scotch #4 with Dan Schaefer as well as releasing the second Johnny Scotch novella, "A Song for Charlie". John continues to perform and teach as a clinician for Bach trumpets along with his role as the creator and writer of Johnny Scotch.

Outside of the Johnny Scotch world, John has a number of short stories in the horror genre published. You can find his works in "Tales from the Braided Pony", "Monsters 'N' Things", "100 Word Horrors", and the upcoming "Carnival Tales", and "Tenebrous Tales". John has also been a regular contributor to as an entertainment writer.

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