Frank, an Army Special Forces vet, screwed up, went to prison, and is now out, living in small-town Wyoming and trying to go straight.
But then some old “friends” from the big house come to collect on a favor, and everything goes totally nuts, forcing Frank to go outside the law to save the one thing he cherishes most.
Read the First Chapter
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“A nonstop page turner . . . there’s nothing quite like finding redemption through taking on a gang of scumbags. Bad Penny is intense.”
~ LARRY CORREIA, New York Times Bestselling Author
“John Brown understands trouble makers and misfits. A Green Beret against a drug cartel, hardly a fair fight. Bad Penny will keep your attention and raise your pulse rate.”
~ LIEUTENANT COLONEL MARCUS CUSTER, US Army Special Forces
“An excellent attempt-at-redemption story set in a hard land with a cast of characters from all along the good-guy/bad-guy continuum.”
~ DEPUTY SHERIFF MARK LEE
This story was inspired by a fine old brother in my church in Ohio who was one of those salt of the earth folks who also happened to have at one time been a bank robber. When he got out of prison, he determined his life would change. He married a good Methodist girl he met at a church dance, went into the laundry business, and never looked back. It was my privilege to record his life history. Not a single event or detail in this book is about him. But I can tell you that his story deserves a book. Hopefully, my character Frank ends up doing as well in life as he did.
In this post, I show some of the early options for the cover.