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WHEN IT RAINS, IT POURS


Nova is a free man. Having just walked away as a non-sanctioned hit man for the U.S. government, he's purchased a classic Mustang to drive across the country. But when his car breaks down in the middle of the Nevada desert, Nova ends up in the small town of Parrot Spur. There's something strange about Parrot Spur. Something ... off. Maybe it's the fact the town is full of ex-servicemen. Maybe it's the fact the abandoned mine might not be abandoned. Maybe it’s the fact the knockout brunette in the bar is clearly more than what she seems. In the end, none of it matters. What matters — and what Nova is soon going to learn — is that in the desert, the only thing that rains is bullets. 


PRAISE FOR ROBERT SWARTWOOD


"Robert Swartwood is the next F. Paul Wilson — if F. Paul Wilson's DNA was spliced with Michael Marshall Smith. If you haven't yet read Swartwood, you're missing out."

—Brian Keene


"Robert Swartwood is a sharp writer, his prose lean and mean as a razor blade. He notches up the tension from chapter to chapter like a master story-teller, keeping you reading long into the night."

—The Man Eating Bookworm


"An exceptional novelist."

—Douglas Clegg


"This is a scary, thrilling, page-turning, race-against-the-clock novel if ever there was one, with a true shocker of an ending. Miss this one at your own peril."

—Blake Crouch on THE SERIAL KILLER'S WIFE


"MAN OF WAX grabs you by the throat in the first chapter and never lets go. A suspense-filled thrill ride with plenty of shocks along the way. Read it!"

—F. Paul Wilson


"Excellent — memorable and something I'll read more than once."

—Roxane Gay on NO SHELTER

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2015
September 27
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
200
Pages
PUBLISHER
RMS Press
SELLER
Robert Swartwood
SIZE
1.6
MB

Customer Reviews

politex ,

Absurdly bad!

The ignorance this author shows of his subject, firearms and life in general leave this book feeling like something written by a 5th grader and just as much research.

I fully expected the next chapter to begin with, “It was a dark and stormy night” but alas, it never rose to that level.

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