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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Crime
  • Language:English
  • Pages:94
  • eBook ISBN:9781483505794

Every Good Boy Dies First

by Andy Seven

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Overview

“Every Good Boy Dies First” is a punk rock noir novel based in the alternative-fueled Nineties scene and collides hardcore crime with feedback guitars. What starts out as a young man’s daydream of fronting a punk band quickly degenerates into a nightmare. Andy Seven’s novel “Every Good Boy Dies First” is written in a stark, rapid style, just like a white-knuckled hardcore punk record.

Description

Griff swings a wild, noisy trumpet with his punk band, Garbage Truck all over the wild streets of Hollywood. But his life suddenly becomes complicated when he finds himself dodging gay-bashing skinheads, a homeless jazzman gone insane, a devious band that wants to twist his music away from him, and the dead, bloody corpse of a nightclub bouncer he finds behind a Sunset Boulevard dumpster.

To read more about the novel, see my blog "Out Demons Out":

http://blackhairedboy.blogspot.com/2013_08_01_archive.html

About the author

Andy Seven has written for music publications as diverse as Rock City News, Fiz, Glossolalia, Flipside and Rock Scene Magazine. He was a publicist for The Motels in 1976 prior to fronting punk bands in Hollywood, such as Arthur J. and the Gold Cups, and guest starred with The Screamers, Pressurehed, The Skulls, and Pygmy Love Circus.

His experiences in the 1977 Holywood punk scene are documented in the best-selling Hollywood punk memoir “We Got The Neutron Bomb” and in the Germs biography, “Lexicon Devil”. His self-fronted bands Trash Can School and Cockfight have CDs currently available on CD Baby, and his legendary performances with both bands are still the stuff of legend.

Mr. Seven lives in Hollywood and is the author of the weekly blog, “Out Demons Out”, which is now in its tenth year. In addition to writing he designs custom menswear which reflects his tastes in art, fashion and glam rock. His second novel, “Every Bitch For Himself” will be out in 2014.

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