An unexpected visit by a eccentric uncle turns into a crime-solving bonanza, in the case of an unsolved death of a local wealthy man, for the sheriff of a small town near Pikes Peak, Colorado.
The group moved in a determined silence. Going back was not an option. They had sold everything to make this journey. Once connected in Tucson, they would find good work and rent a small place and the children would go to school and they would eat like kings.
The Christian lived the battle before he saw it, in murky revelation, but mostly in tales from short timers — the single digit midgets and lifers who liked to play with a grunt’s head.
The U.S. could quadruple production and all it would create is a bunch more potential BP’s and an ever so slight ripple in the world supply.
WHY ARE GAS PRICES so low….compared to Europe?
Gasoline costs roughly the same to make no matter where in the world it’s produced. The difference in retail costs, is that some governments subsidize gas while others tax it heavily.
In many oil producing nations, gas is absurdly cheap. In Venezuela it’s 12 cents a gallon. In Saudi Arabia it’s 45 cents
The governments there forego the money from selling that oil on the open market – instead using the money to make their people happy and encourage their nations’ development.
Subsidies, many analysts say, are encouraging rampant demand in these …
He was a Lesbian seeking other males with the same attraction.
Here is the link to Barnes & Noble online bookstore for purchasing “The Mosquito Sting.”
This is an excerpt from my new novel “The Monsters” which is a sequel to “The Mosquito Sting.” This follows Cash Carrillo and a bunch of eccentric good guys who have waged war against the Cartels.
The Mosquito Sting is the debut novel of K.W. Bowlin and is an exciting read in the vain of James Lee Burke or Lee Child. I couldn’t put it down.