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Tuesday, 1 August 2017

SOMETHIN' FOR NOTHIN' by MT BASS


Somethin' for Nothin'
by M.T. Bass
Genre: Thriller/Suspense
Release Date: February 2, 2016

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An Action Misadventure Thriller from The Last Frontier: In Alaska, you can see yourself scream...
"Bass' tale...exudes freshness, courtesy of a memorable snowy backdrop and indelible characters." — Kirkus Reviews 
"...an exciting, fast-paced novel...Featuring well drawn characters..." — The BookLife Prize in Fiction
Anchorage, 1976 — Albert and Waxy flunk their Intro to Philosophy midterm and drunkenly decide to drop out of The Ohio State University and go to Alaska to "strike it rich" working on the Trans Alaska Pipeline. After Albert's father cuts off his credit card, they get bartending & dishwashing jobs at an Anchorage bar, where Albert becomes involved with the bar owner's girlfriend, CiCi, who is also the lead singer in the house band. Albert "acquires" a union card to get a pipeline job for himself, but then learns that Waxy has become part of a crazy scheme with Jimmi the Pilot, Beantown Bob and Moe the Eskimo to find and recover a long lost government payroll from an Air Force cargo plane that crashed in the Alaska Mountain Range decades ago.



3 out of 5 stars Kindle Copy for Review

This is a story of two college boys who find themselves on a road trip after getting drunk.  They drop out of college as they plan to strike it rich in Alaska.  But one of their dad’s cuts off one of the guy’s credit card as they end up getting jobs.

The characters they meet up on their journey and their adventures while they are in Alaska.

Nothing ever go quite as planned like life.   An amusing read.




M.T. Bass is a scribbler of fiction who holds fast to the notion that while victors may get to write history, novelists get to write/right reality. He lives, writes, flies and makes music in Mudcat Falls, USA.







1 comment:

  1. Thank you for featuring and reviewing Somethin' for Nothin'!

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