AN E-BOOK, SAVE A DOG! All proceeds from e-book sales of Ye Gods! go to animal rescue organizations.
Author Jack Halliman sails to Puerto Rico seeking a cure for writer's block, but instead finds a dead body. When a second corpse turns up, Jack becomes one of two suspects. The other is the chupacabra. Jack has to find out who--or what--is responsible for the killings before he lands in prison. Again.
The death toll is mounting and the mayor is pressuring the police to capture the chupacabra. Detective Eddie Corredor thinks there's more than a monster behind the killings and he's determined to discover the truth.
As the conniving mayor, dogged detective, and a voodoo-practicing 14-year old drag Jack deeper into the investigation, he discovers that separating reality from myth is no easy feat. The lines between men and monsters, monsters and gods, and in this case, between gods and a dog, are thin and blurry.
Is the chupacabra real or myth? Dog only knows, but no one is asking him.
About the Author
SPECIAL!! 100% of the proceeds from book sales between September 9, 2017 and September 9, 2018 will be donated to the Humane Society of St. Thomas and the St. John Animal Care Center as these organizations work to recover from the devastating blow of Hurricane Irma. To help, the e-books have been priced as "Reader's Choice," meaning you determine how much you want to give. I guarantee every cent of it will go directly to these organizations. Think I'm being mercenary to sell books? Then don't buy any. You can make a donation directly to them at: St. Thomas Humane Society: http://www.hsstt.com/donate.html St. John Animal Care Center: http://www.stjohnanimalcarecenter.com/donate BIO Lynne Hinkey is a marine scientist by training, a writer by passion, and a curmudgeon by nature. She spent years hanging out at marina bars around the Caribbean, where she eavesdropped in on fascinating conversations that she then turned into fun stories reflecting the zaniness of island life. She lives in Charleston, South Carolina, with her husband, cat, and two dogs. Her short stories, essays, travel articles, and book reviews have appeared in a number of print and electronic publications. She is the author of three novels: Marina Melee, Ye Gods! A Tale of Dogs and Demons, and The Un-Familiar: A Tale of Cats and Gods. The latter are books 1 and 2 of her Chupacabra Trilogy. The final installment, Ye Goddess! A Tale of Girls and Gods," is in development. When not writing, Lynne is an adjunct professor of biology and an avid, but not accomplished, dog agility competitor. Visit her website at www.lynnehinkey.com.