Santa Dies Once Again

$24.99

The Sixties. A decade that changed the nation. For 13-year-old Mitch, life isn’t all about peace and love. Torn between two worlds, his internal battle rages. The traditions of his Sioux background and the family pressure to keep his soul pure, battle against temptations. As an army brat, the move from base to base makes life one big brawl. With an Aboriginal father and German mother, being called racial slurs ar school leads to one blackout rage after another. With his father fighting overseas and a single mother struggling to survive, and an unthinkable family secret that could tear their lives apart, Mitch feels his worlds collide. In the center of it all is Natasha, his obsession, his muse. A blonde, beautiful, and unreachable Jewish Princess.

Written by Tim Ford (Book 1 in the Mitch Strongbow Series)

Rated R for violence, language, and mature themes.

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The Sixties. A decade that changed the nation. For 13-year-old Mitch, life isn’t all about peace and love. Torn between two worlds, his internal battle rages. The traditions of his Sioux background and the family pressure to keep his soul pure, battle against temptations. As an army brat, the move from base to base makes life one big brawl. With an Aboriginal father and German mother, being called racial slurs ar school leads to one blackout rage after another. With his father fighting overseas and a single mother struggling to survive, and an unthinkable family secret that could tear their lives apart, Mitch feels his worlds collide. In the center of it all is Natasha, his obsession, his muse. A blonde, beautiful, and unreachable Jewish Princess.

Written by Tim Ford (Book 1 in the Mitch Strongbow Series)

Rated R for violence, language, and mature themes.

4 reviews for Santa Dies Once Again

  1. Pandamonium Publishing House

    I have read all the books in this series and I highly recommend them all. The book captivates you right from the beginning till the end. Strongbow is constantly put into situations of right or wrong, good or bad. Some situations that I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. Having to pick between families. If you were Strongbow what would you do? -E. Tomlinson

  2. Pandamonium Publishing House

    I just absolutely love Tim Ford’s books. They are the type of books that you can’t put down because you need to know what happens next and continue onto the next chapter. The excitement, the characters, the plot…it is just all truly engaging and entertaining! I would highly recommend these novels to anyone who loves a great read. I have every book so far! -Anonymous via email

  3. Pandamonium Publishing House

    Truly enjoyed reading Book 1. I was truly amazed while reading this book as I had trouble putting it down. Most books I try to read doesn’t keep my interest nor I have trouble comprehending what I read. I had no problem with this book and could hardly wait to start reading Book 2. Thanks to the author Tim as he made it possible for me to continue reading. Every morning I would wake up early and with my coffee in one hand and book in the other, I would continue to read to see what happens with Mitch.Thanks again Tim- T. Reece

  4. Pandamonium Publishing House

    Tim Fords “Santa dies once again” is a hard, fast novel. Mr. Ford’s honest narrative prose keeps the pages turning at a breakneck pace. Mitchell Strongbow is the ultimate outlaw in this coming of age tale at a time in American history where sex, drugs and violence are reaching their zenith. Whether it’s love and loss or heartbreak and triumph, Mitch Strongbow finds a way to persevere. And to think this is just the beginning? I look forward to being dragged by the throat on the back of a motorcycle through continued Strongbow saga ahead.-T. Frayne

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