If Not for Bad Luck

Dark Road Publishing
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“This life sucks, but I don’t wanna die!”

Meet Jacob Rowe. If not for bad luck, he’d have no luck at all.

He’s just lost his job. His car’s been repossessed. And his girlfriend just dumped him.

All he wants to do is hang out in Stoddard Cemetery and drown his sorrows in cheap whiskey. So naturally, that’s when he sees a friggin’ ghost.

Too bad seeing a ghost is only the start of his troubles.

A fun, little Halloween story from crime fiction writer David DeLee, author of the Grace deHaviland Bounty Hunter and Nick Lafferty thriller series.

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About the author

David DeLee is the award winning author of the Grace deHaviland Bounty Hunter series, including the novels Fatal Destiny, Pin Money, With Intent to Deceive, and Takedown. David's also written many short stories featuring Grace, most notably Bling, Bling, which appeared in the anthology The Rich and the Dead edited by Nelson DeMille.

David's other work includes the novel Crystal White which SUSPENSE MAGAZINE called "...a dark portrayal of the evil that men--and women--can do.", the second Nick Lafferty thriller Out of the Game and a collection of short stories called Murder, Mayhem & Mystery: An Omnibus of Crime Fiction.

David is a member of the Mystery Writers of America and International Thriller Writers. He holds a Master's Degree in Criminal Justice and is a former licensed private investigator. A native New Yorker, David currently resides in New Hampshire. For more information be sure to check out his publisher's website - www.darkroadpub.com and his website - www.daviddelee-author.com.

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Dark Road Publishing
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Pages
21
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Ghost
Fiction / Holidays
Fiction / Horror
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / General
Fiction / Occult & Supernatural
Fiction / Short Stories (single author)
Fiction / Thrillers / Supernatural
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