By Phillip Frey
Psychopath Frank Moore has a plan, one that will drown goodness and grace in a river of blood. To help bring his plan to fruition he has found his look-alike in government databases, a close-enough double: John Kirk. Frank then switches their identities and fingerprints. An act that will send the innocent John Kirk through 48-hours of betrayal, violence, and murder—while Frank Moore will learn the meaning of "The best laid plans…"
John Kirk wants to get out of the city of San Pedro and leave his troublesome relationships behind. His live-in sweetheart is fed-up with his station in life and has become unfaithful, his mother finds solace from the death of Kirk's father by embracing the bottle, and Kirk's boss at the auto shop is an overbearing, cheap son of a bitch.
These troubles are nothing compared to the one that fate is about to deal him.
Psychopath Frank Moore has found his look-alike, John Kirk, a close-enough double who will be his scapegoat. Frank switches their identities and fingerprints in government databases, then murders his way to the cash he needs to bring his plan to fruition. A plan which will drown goodness and grace in a river of blood.
Frank Moore arrives in San Pedro. Quite the actor, he hides out with the money at Kirk’s place, posing as Kirk, hair cut and dyed to match. Those close to Kirk accept Frank’s phony look-alike story, primarily because of the cash he proffers. Frank has a good time performing sex and murder—until the women in Kirk’s life bring Frank the unforeseen.
While Kirk, thought to be Frank Moore, is on run. He is being pursued by those whom the cash was stolen from, along with a rogue police detective who wants the money for himself. A condition that will send the innocent Kirk through 48-hours of betrayal, violence, and murder—while Frank Moore will learn the meaning of "The best laid plans…"
Books by Phillip Frey
by Phillip Frey
In this adventurous fantasy-comedy, Hym and Hur must get the character of Death to agree to their plan to play a prank on humankind. Death agrees and signs a contract with them. Hym and Hur have no idea that Death, being the conniver that he is, has a trick up his sleeve.