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Scott Archer Jones Author- THE BIG WHEEL

THE BIG WHEEL

by Scott Archer Jones

Robko Zlata is sprinting across America, on the run with a call girl-his ex-wife-on a hot red motorcycle. Robko is a thief, and he has stolen the wrong thing, a device that can guarantee immortality. His wrathful target, a corrupt billionaire politician, wants the world’s greatest piece of technology back. Robko’s new worst enemy unleashes his fortune and corporate security in unrelenting pursuit. “Golden Boy” Thomas Steward is asked to follow the money and uncover the thief with massive illegal surveillance. Thomas, morphing into his prey, becomes the most dangerous of hunters. But Thomas could die too. A gang of ex-mercenaries, good at killing, torture, and rape, are hot on the heels of Robko and Thomas. The thugs are ready to murder anyone who knows about the immortality device. Throw in the underground world of thieves and billionaires, drugs and punk clubs, five-star hotels and cheap motels, and Robko and Thomas are in for one hell of a crash. As in the best of plots, nothing

The Big Wheel is a finalist for the NM – Arizona Book Awards as a drama/action novel. There are 5 other great books up, so we won’t hold our breath, but surely a book in a SW contest that has scenes in an illegal L.A. bar will win?

Available at: syppublishing.com   Amazon.com   Barnes&Noble.com

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Bob Boze Bell Author- TRUE WEST MOMENTS

TRUE WEST MOMENTS

by Bob Boze Bell

Arizona’s Most Outrageous Historian

History with some bark!

Where Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction

Bob Boze Bell tells it like it is, true history, warts and all, with a pinch of outrageousness thrown in.  Go to bobozebell.net for contact info and book signings.

Some history you can chuckle at!

“I always look forward to Bob Boze Bell’s TRUE WEST MOMENTS.  These fascinating and colorful little nuggets of information keep the history of the Old West alive and lively.”- Marshall Trimble, Official Arizona State Historian

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