Michael Hood is a middle-aged family man. With his marriage in crisis, he decides to go to the funeral of an old friend, back to his hometown that he hasn’t visited in nearly two decades, and decided to take a few weeks away from his job and family.
While spending time in the place where he grew up, he learns from old acquaintances that the old place is riddled with drug dealers and addicts, with hardly a police force to quash the disease that’s killing the small town.
Hood makes a drastic decision and is dragged into the violent world of drugs, but there is a secret that nobody knows about Michael Hood, something that would seem unbelievable and laughable.
Written in first person and a basic manner, using slang and sayings from the West Midlands of England, Hood is an unusual vigilante thriller that has a supernatural twist.
Not for persons under the age of 18.