New Book Available at Fomite Press, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo and Smashwords — already with 5 Star Reviews and 3 Silver Awards!
A small boy flees a toxic family – all the way across the alley to Rip’s Bar and to a vivid troupe of broken people in the Albuquerque Bosque. They hide him from his car-thief drunkard father, his cocaine-freak mother, and his ganged-up abusive brother.
The boy trades family for a hodgepodge of drinkers and losers. But it’s bad timing. A new bridge proposed across the Rio Grande will wreck the neighborhood. The barflies share responsibility for the child while their Bosque crumbles. They collect misery like small change and rally to keep their ghetto alive.
Winner of three 2016 Florida Association of Publishers and Authors Silver Presidents awards.
Cover Art by Chris Meyer, New Mexico
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