The fix is in, the bodies are piling up, and they’re racing in this comedy noir.
A dead actress, a dead gambler and that’s for starters.
With murder following his every step, determined under-achiever Steele Hill is tangled in layers of intrigue and deviousness.
The reluctant detective is dragged from his cozy 1980s zone of the racetrack, the rock-music pub and his favorite band in the world, the Go-Betweens.
Anybody wise-cracking Hill meets is in danger.
One ally is a reclusive teenage maths whiz, channeling Hendrix, and tapping into forbidden U.S. military software and magic mushrooms.
Leaping off the shoulders of Joseph Heller's Catch-22, Iraqi Icicle is a wild and hilarious 403-page ride through the murky worlds of gambling, drugs, politics and rock’n’roll.
“Readers will appreciate the author's ability to render colorful characters and understated witty prose.”
– Publishers Weekly