Guess What I’m Reading-The Last Bad Job by Colin Dodds

This is a very interesting story. It is written in first person and so far it its moving a long at a nice pace. I let you know in a few days if it stays the course.

The Last Bad Job is the story of a reporter on a hell of an assignment: Five months on a New Mexico desert compound to cover the next Jonestown. For one reporter, it could be a career-maker. But when a cult member close to him drowns herself, he decides to run for it, and sets unimaginable events into motion. 

The Last Bad Job is a dark and comic journey through sex, drugs, cults, suicide, the apocalypse, and what comes after it.

Author Bio:

Colin Dodds grew up in Massachusetts and completed his education at The New School in New York City. His novels What Smiled at Himand Another Broken Wizard have been widely acclaimed by critics and readers alike. Another novel, The Last Bad Job, was touted by the late Norman Mailer as showing “something that very few writers have; a species of inner talent that owes very little to other people.” Dodds’ screenplay, Refreshment – A Tragedy, was named a semi-finalist in 2010 American Zoetrope Contest. Two books of his poetry—The Last Man on the Moon and The Blue Blueprint—are available from Medium Rare Publishing and his writing has appeared in a number of periodicals, including The Wall Street Journal Online,Folio, Explosion-Proof, Block Magazine, The Architect’s Newspaper,The Main Street Rag, The Reno News & Review and Lungfull! Magazine. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife Samantha.

This novel is available in ebook and paperback format by licking here.


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