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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Commerce Township author writes about a nice hitman

PublishAmerica is proud to present Jiggery-Pockery: A Carlton Winship Novel by Commerce Township, Michigan author Robert M. Brown.
In the book Hugger-Mugger; Carlton Winship first took on the job of contract killing to supplement his depleted retirement portfolio. Being a really nice guy, and good Methodist, Carlton wants to only kill bad people who have done really bad things. In Jiggery-Pockery, he is again short of money and to provide for the love of his life, Anna, his lovely wife, he again seeks a contract from the Santana family. But this time he is given a contract and the victim is to be himself!
Sauli, the nasty mobster dwarf, Vincent Annatonelli, the arrogant discount store magnate who regularly beds the comely Jean Bakke with costume sex scenarios, and Alan Hightower, the J. Edgar Hoover, FBI, wannabe and head of G-Mark security, provide bigger than life characters who impact Carlton's life.
This book is another entertaining story from Robert M. Brown.
Into his fourth career, Robert M. Brown, has been an automotive engineering supervisor, a steel industry executive, owner of a successful chain of retail stores and now a writer. In all pursuits he has shown a talent for spinning stories which are creative and compelling to those who read them. Once begun, a Robert M. Brown story is nearly impossible to put down.
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