TEED UP FOR TERROR
Jewel thieves, hero dogs, white separatists and interior designers make for a tongue in cheek tale of murder and mayhem among the members of a not so exclusive country club.The story, sarcastic and irreverent at times, revolves around interior designers Kevin and Jenne O’Malley who seem to have a knack for attracting trouble.
When we sold our interior design firm in 2018 after twenty-three years in business, I found I had a little time on my hands.
I thought it might be fun to tell some of the stories and experiences I had, first as a kid and, then later on during my business career. The blog entries are all true events, the stories maybe not so much.
One thing led to another and I dusted off an old project I had been working on. It started with bits and pieces of thoughts and imaginings and then developed into a story that I called “Marty” for lack of a better title.
After several postings I pulled it down to attempt to expand it further and find a way to finish the adventure. The end result is now called “Bearied Treasure”. As you can imagine, the title is a play on words. Most of the story takes place on Vancouver and DeCourcy Islands and hopefully gives some flavor of the places. The venues are real and there are hotels and resorts located there, although not the ones described in the novel.
While I was waiting to edit and polish “Bearied Treasure”, at least somewhat, I had an idea for a story about a golf club in Bellevue, Washington. “Teed Up for Terror” is the result. Both are tongue-in-cheek little adventures that hopefully will make you smile during these trying times.
You can find both of them at Amazon.com.