Book 7 in the Mitch Strongbow series is finally here.
Sex, drugs, cops, bikers, mobsters, and women. You may try to run, but you definitely can’t hide.
My feet felt so light, almost like walking on air, finally free of the shackled life inside a federal penitentiary. One more door to go, come on, Ritchie, scream that final note. I get to the final door; the two screws just eye me up and down. They tell me that they will see me sooner than later with a smirk on their mugs. I look back at them but not with anger, but a smile, an ear-to-ear smile; they ain’t yanking on my chains anymore. Ritchie’s music is amazing, but what is even more amazing is the sound of the final cast iron door being slammed behind me. Step both feet outside, the sun feels incredible; it is shining down on me and cleansing me of all my sins I committed inside. The fresh air I now breathe tells me this will be a new start for me. Having said this, I am also a huge believer in Fate and Karma. Yeah, I fear no human or animal that walks the planet. What I do fear is Karma, and in this case, being released from prison two years to the exact date of my friend’s overdose and death. Is it Karma that I am released today of all days?
Written by Tim Ford, Pandamonium Publishing House, 2021
Rated R for language, violence, and mature themes.