Flatland: where a fortune in mob money, a stone-cold serial killer, and a crooked FBI agent collide with two gay guys looking for love.
Danny and Skip’s jerky new neighbor is much more than he seems. Their boring trailer park in Flatland, fielded by wheat and occasionally threatened by unpredictable Kansas storms, harbors something deadly—a hit man on the run, waiting for his chance to escape to all the money he’s swindled from the mob. But the mob doesn’t let thieves get away.
Danny and Skip end up with the hit man’s dog and clues that could lead them to all his stolen loot. Unfortunately, they’re not the only ones after the money. A crooked FBI agent and two professional killers stand in their way.
|Publisher:||Purple Sword Publications LLC|
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About the Author
Max writes horror and science fiction stories, often with a dark twist. John Gardner's The Art of Fiction is the single most important influence on his thinking about the craft of writing. Authors as diverse as John Updike, Dean Koontz, Richard Matheson, and Lawrence Block inspire and inform his literary style.
Max Griffin is the pen name of a mathematician and academic. Under his professional name, he is the author of a graduate textbook in real analysis and numerous research articles in nonlinear functional analysis. When he is not writing fiction, his days are filled with teaching mathematics and statistics, research, and administrative work at a major comprehensive university in the southwest. He is the proud parent of a daughter who is a librarian, and the grandparent to two beautiful little boys. He is blessed to be in a long-term relationship with his life partner, Mr. Gene, who is an expert knitter.
The two humans in Max's household are the pets of an Abyssinian cat named Mr. Dinger, short for Erwin Schrodinger the Cat. Mr. Dinger graciously lets them live in his home in return for food and occasional petting. Oh, and there's that litter box thing they do for him too.