Launch Day Giveaway! The Kindle version of Fall Rotten will be free July 21-24, 2019.
★★★★½ — “…an often hilarious, fun, witty, screwball-comedy heist-adventure.” —IndieReader
A vault full of French fascist gold just waits to be taken.
It’s the early days of 1940 and Paris has settled into the new normal — a war where no one’s bothered to show up. As uncertainty permeates the darkened City of Light, a secretive organization works to concentrate the wealth and power of France with a select few. For them, Hitler is an ally.
For Les Boots, things could not be more in their favor. After a decade of breaking hearts and getting by, the sexy and sophisticated trio of con artists decide it’s time for something completely different. How hard, after all, could heisting a vault be? With the help of an English boy’s gift for forgery, a German Jesuit with a knack for truck engines and hopscotch, and a Danish soloist who keeps her fingers loose by busting strongboxes, Le Boot Hill Gang mount up and take on le beau monde of Paris.
They’re sure they can deal with the dogged investigator, the murderous terrorist, and the nasty rival gang. They think they can even manage when the neighbors to the east finally get around to invading.
But none of them counted on the relentless pursuit of a spoiled society girl, out to get whatever — or whomever — she wants.
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Eric Serrell is the bestselling, award-winning writer no one knows. After years of ghostwriting the novels for some great storytellers, Eric found the time to produce a work of his own. His debut novel, Fall Rotten, is an homage to his favorites—the fast-talking, sharp-witted screwball comedies of the 1930s. A native-born Foreign Service brat, former immunobiologist and software engineer, Eric now spends his days putting visions into words, traveling with his autistic son on The World Disney Tour (as opposed to the Disney World tour, which is much more limited), obsessively jumping rope, and trying to perfect the Brazilian pãozinho, the little French breads of his childhood.