July 26, 2013
By Lucia Humes
5.0 out of 5 stars - Rip roaring fun.
The action never stops and keeps you turning the pages. Great characters and plot twists. Karl J. Niemiec has a wry sense of humor that runs throughout.
An action adventure-detective mystery, set in 1979, Portland Cooper, is a hardnosed Corsa Mechanic (Engine Whisperer), belonging to the North Hollywood Corvair Club, who works for his beautiful publicist girlfriend, Gwen Hawkins, solving show biz problems that get him into a lot of trouble.
Boys will be boys. But motorheads take it beyond the legal limits.
As kids, they grew up together, as teens they built cars together, as twenty somethings they took on the streets of LA together.
As men it's time to see who gets the girl together in a pedal to the metal citywide demolition mystery behind the wheels of their pride and joys.
Only one drives away from the carnage of 1966 American and German classics - Porsche verses Corsa, to love another day.
See original photos of Portland Cooper's Corsa at:http://www.laptoppublishing.com/bullet-hole-drive/. His car was seen in California Hotwax and was driven by Joe Average featured in Narcotic Justice and driven by Jozeph Picasso in the novel trilogy Jozeph Picasso's Alien Trilogy - Filmmaking Adventures.
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