The story keeps your interest all the way to the last page. Intriguing plot. It really captures the monotonous of office life in the workplace. The main character takes a turn and finds himself in uncharted territory. The people and groups he is soon mixed up with is shocking. He has to keep his head above water while still ridding the world of a few unworthy souls unfortunate enough to cross his path. Satisfying ending. – Amazon Review
A serial killer, his best friend, a crooked Senator, a mob boss and a beautiful woman walk into a book, along with a rude customer that is the straw that breaks the camel’s back. What happens next?
The struggle for freedom, power and love ensue. The C.C.K. Killer or Barry tries to find a way to put his murderous deeds behind him, but every move he makes seems to pull him further down the rabbit hole. Can a guy who was just a call center rep not long ago get himself, the woman of his dreams and best friend to the fabled Happily Ever After?
There’s only one way to find out, open the book and read the pages, but be warned, this book is highly addictive and you may just find yourself trapped between the lines until the end. Proceed with caution, you have been warned.
About the Author
Hi, I’m Victor Wofford Sr. an American novelist who writes books with a sense of humor, yes, even in the darkest of circumstances there is room for comedy.
Well, My story began back in my call center days, you wouldn’t believe how some of the customers would talk to us. My wife and I both did this for a living, and would talk about our day during our ride home, and who had the worst calls, lol. Well, as luck would have it, I became very ill and was bedridden for a month. Then one day my wife called me on her way to work. She told me to write this book she said, “I know it sounds crazy but a voice told me to call you, and told me to tell you to start writing that book we had talked about doing when we worked in the call center.” I said, “OK,” even though I was thinking how the hell am I going to do this? I wasn’t able to walk, not further than to the end of the bed, and those trips entailed me holding onto the bed for dear life. I was still very weak, I had lost 17 pounds in 8 days, so I wasn’t in great shape. I stayed in bed for a day or so, just to get my mind ready to start writing the book, and the challenge of getting to the office every day. So, I got up everyday and made my way to the office. I had sweat pouring down my face and into my eyes, and my shirt would be soaking wet, but I considered it to be my own private physical therapy session. The close calls of falling and not being able to get up only strengthened my resolve to not fail, or fall. So, I started writing this book and it was difficult at first, I wrote “The“ and stared at it for two days. I called my sister Jo and I did some research on my favorite author Elmore Leonard, and after watching every video I could find on Mr. Leonard and his writing advise, I went back to staring at a blank word document once again. However, before I knew it, the words were coming to me, and I couldn’t stop writing. In one of the videos I watched of Mr. Leonard he said, “He lets his characters talk to him,” My characters were talking to me, as crazy as that may sound. I wrote so much that this wasn’t one book, it wound up being two books.
Writing became a big part of my recovery. My wife came home one day with a walker, because she didn’t want me to fall, because I was up moving around, but not on steady legs. Every day I would make it to the office and write and edit until my wife would call me on her way home from work, Then I would read what I had written to her. She would be so into the story that she couldn’t wait for her ride home the next day, to hear what happened next.