You, Me, and the Devil Makes Three (Comet Press Novella)

You, Me, and the Devil Makes Three (Comet Press Novella)

by BC Furtney

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You, Me, and the Devil Makes Three (Comet Press Novella) by BC Furtney

She has man issues...

Simon wasn't looking for trouble anymore, but trouble had a way of finding him. Living in a remote trailer camp in the high desert, surrounded by other has-beens and never-weres, he assumed he'd be able to lay low and just disappear. That is, until she arrived.

Her name was Y, and her life held more darkness than should fit in fifteen short years. She came to the middle of nowhere because they banished her from their world. But, she had a knack for returning...with a vengeance.

It was fate that brought them together. And it was the devil on their shoulders that would tear the world apart.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148952954
Publisher: Comet Press
Publication date: 11/29/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 305 KB

About the Author

BC FURTNEY was born outside of Pittsburgh in 1972, spending a fair part of childhood reading books, watching television and playing outside, back when kids still did that. Following a year of film school and another year working post-production in a refrigerated room with twenty tons of highly flammable nitrate film stock that could’ve reduced the building to a crater, he absconded to the sunnier clime of southern California, haunting L.A.’s beaches and byways for the next thirteen years. Crew work, acclaimed short films and a brief segue onto the rock club stages ensued, before he abandoned his adopted hometown to start production on his first commercial feature. Do Not Disturb saw wide release in the summer of 2013, by which time fiction writing had flourished and turned our (anti)hero to the page more-or-less full-time. Along with a monthly column, regular guest articles, and an ever-swelling series of ghostwritten hardcore erotica books, he’s happy to be afforded the opportunity to deliver his own brand of pulp horror, by way of Comet Press. He lives with his wife in a southern outlaw compound, off the grid and far from the bright lights.

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