New from All Due Respect: OUROBOROS by Andrew Davie
By: Down & Out Books
About OUROBOROS …
McGill and Gropper work as unlicensed PIs operating out of a diner in Charleston, South Carolina. McGill, a former police officer now incredibly out of shape, rarely leaves the diner and has a fondness for pancakes, bacon, and coffee. Gropper is well versed in fighting, tactics, and has a mysterious past.
Together, they make an imposing team. Most of their business is small time allowing them to stay off law enforcement's radar. One of their specialties is the returning of stolen goods and property to the rightful owner.
McGill and Gropper take almost any job and are willing to break the rules to get these jobs done.
As they conduct business, someone from McGill's past returns to enact revenge.
Meet the author …
Andrew Davie received an MFA in creative writing from Adelphi University. He taught English in Macau on a Fulbright Grant. He's also taught English and writing in New York, Hong Kong, and Virginia. In June of 2018, he survived a ruptured brain aneurysm and subarachnoid hemorrhage. His first book Pavement was released in July of 2019 by All Due Respect Books.
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