Title: The Price OF The Ticket
Publisher: Dennis McMillan Publications
Publication Date: 2003
Book Condition: Very Good In Dustjacket
Edition: 1st Edition.
Yucson. 2003. Dennis McMillan Publications. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. 230 pages. hardcover. Cover art by S. Clay Wilson. Signed by The Author. 0939767430. keywords: Mystery America. inventory # 10834. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Pauley’s done a few bad things in his life and he’s been around the block a few times, too; in fact, he’s been inside the Big Block for most of his life. But now, age 52, he’s got an honest job, making h1gb-class torture racks and other exquisite playthings for a gay S&M outfit in San Francisco. He’s also got a super-hot 25-year-old girlfriend who wears a glow-in-the-dark mood bone in her nose and keeps him on the straight and narrow. His only real problem right now is that his old Ford Econoline van has finally pooped out, and he’s got to find new wheels posthaste. The State Franchise Tax Board is also breathing down his neck and the rent is due; but things will work out — they usually do. But, unfortunately for all concerned, today isn’t usually; it’s the day he’s going to look at a small, used Toyota pickup truck advertised by one Martin Seam. Sometimes a ticket to Hell only costs $600. nonrefundable, of course. Bookseller Inventory # 10834
Pauley?s done a few bad things in his life.He?s been around the block quite a few times, spending most of his life inside the block. But now, age 52, he?s got an honest job making high-class torture racks and other exquisite playthings for an S&M outfit in downtown San Francisco. His only real problem is he needs a new set of wheels and he?s going to pick one up today, a beat up Ford from one Martin Seam. Sometimes a ticket to Hell only costs $600 . . . nonrefundable, of course.
About the Author: Jim Nisbet is the author of twelve novels and five books of poetry. He has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize three times, shortlisted for the Hammett Prize, and published in ten languages. He lives in San Francisco, California.
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