If you could return from death in someone else’s body, what would you do with your time? And if your host was a serial killer and you could do anything you wanted before getting kicked out, would you put a stop to his crimes?
In Kick, we catch up with Dan Jenkins fifteen years into his strange afterlife:
…as an enforcer for the Howlers Motorcycle Club, a violent criminal organization in Memphis spilling mayhem into the lives of innocent people.
…as a deranged killer in the desert racking up a body count one young woman at a time.
…as a twenty-something junkie in Florida, part of a three person team of sociopaths terrorizing a beach community.
Dan will handle each “ride” as he always has–by emptying their bank accounts, going to movies and eating out every night, and helping strangers in need. And before he’s kicked out, he’ll stop his ride from hurting anyone else.
For a dead guy, it’s a pretty good gig. Or at least it had been, until someone changed the rules.
Targeted Age Group: 18+
Book Price: $2.99
John L. Monk lives in Virginia, USA, with his wife, Dorothy. A writer with a degree in cultural anthropology, he moonlights as a systems administrator by day and Honey-do consultant on the weekends.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I’ve always been fascinated by vigilantes in fiction. In Kick, I coupled that fascination with my natural fear of death. Kick should appeal to those who enjoy the books/TV show Dexter, the movie Harry Brown, or the old Charles Bronson movie Death Wish.