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Andy Seven has written for music magazines and is a veteran of the original Hollywood punk scene where he played with countless bands. Seven's writing employs roman noir/pulp fiction elements with a strong Fifties Beat influence to create a new genre of hard-boiled writing, punk noir. His novels Every Good Boy Dies First and Every Bitch For Himself are prime examples of his crime fiction. Mr. Seven lives in Hollywood and is the author of the weekly blog Out Demons Out, which is now in its fourteenth year. His poetry can be read in the anthologies Will To Flutter and Horror Sleaze Trash Quarterly. HIs latest music release, Minstrels Anonymous is now available on Bandcamp.
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Hot Wire My Heart

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Hot Wire My Heart is the punk version of Sweet Smell of Success, where muckraker Dante Sterno haunts the San Francisco punk clubs in 1978 for Ripoff Magazine, providing punks with salacious gossip on their punk heroes. When he discovers a scandal wrought by local scene favorite Tommy Shock, the son of a prominent local politician, Sterno is captured, tortured and severely beaten. To ensure his safety he enlists the protection of problem fixer and car thief Big Jason Gulliver, legendary punk monster last seen in Every Bitch For Himself. Hot Wire My Heart captures all the sex, violence and noise of 1978 San Francisco punk.
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Hot Wire My Heart is the punk version of Sweet Smell of Success, where muckraker Dante Sterno haunts the San Francisco punk clubs in 1978 for Ripoff Magazine, providing punks with salacious gossip on their punk heroes. When he discovers a scandal wrought by local scene favorite Tommy Shock, the son of a prominent local politician, Sterno is captured, tortured and severely beaten. To ensure his safety he enlists the protection of problem fixer and car thief Big Jason Gulliver, legendary punk monster last seen in Every Bitch For Himself. Hot Wire My Heart captures all the sex, violence and noise of 1978 San Francisco punk.
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Overview


Hot Wire My Heart is the punk version of Sweet Smell of Success, where muckraker Dante Sterno haunts the San Francisco punk clubs in 1978 for Ripoff Magazine, providing punks with salacious gossip on their punk heroes. When he discovers a scandal wrought by local scene favorite Tommy Shock, the son of a prominent local politician, Sterno is captured, tortured and severely beaten. To ensure his safety he enlists the protection of problem fixer and car thief Big Jason Gulliver, legendary punk monster last seen in Every Bitch For Himself. Hot Wire My Heart captures all the sex, violence and noise of 1978 San Francisco punk.

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Description


Hot Wire My Heart is the punk version of Sweet Smell of Success, where muckraker Dante Sterno haunts the San Francisco punk clubs in 1978 for Ripoff Magazine, providing punks with salacious gossip on their punk heroes. When he discovers a scandal wrought by local scene favorite Tommy Shock, the son of a prominent local politician, Sterno is captured, tortured and severely beaten. To ensure his safety he enlists the protection of problem fixer and car thief Big Jason Gulliver, legendary punk monster last seen in Every Bitch For Himself. Hot Wire My Heart captures all the sex, violence and noise of 1978 San Francisco punk.

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Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Mystery & Detective / Hard-Boiled

Language:English

Pages:115

eBook ISBN:9781098399412


Overview


Hot Wire My Heart is the punk version of Sweet Smell of Success, where muckraker Dante Sterno haunts the San Francisco punk clubs in 1978 for Ripoff Magazine, providing punks with salacious gossip on their punk heroes. When he discovers a scandal wrought by local scene favorite Tommy Shock, the son of a prominent local politician, Sterno is captured, tortured and severely beaten. To ensure his safety he enlists the protection of problem fixer and car thief Big Jason Gulliver, legendary punk monster last seen in Every Bitch For Himself. Hot Wire My Heart captures all the sex, violence and noise of 1978 San Francisco punk.

Read more

Description


Hot Wire My Heart is the punk version of Sweet Smell of Success, where muckraker Dante Sterno haunts the San Francisco punk clubs in 1978 for Ripoff Magazine, providing punks with salacious gossip on their punk heroes. When he discovers a scandal wrought by local scene favorite Tommy Shock, the son of a prominent local politician, Sterno is captured, tortured and severely beaten. To ensure his safety he enlists the protection of problem fixer and car thief Big Jason Gulliver, legendary punk monster last seen in Every Bitch For Himself. Hot Wire My Heart captures all the sex, violence and noise of 1978 San Francisco punk.

Read more

About the author


Andy Seven has written for music magazines and is a veteran of the original Hollywood punk scene where he played with countless bands. Seven's writing employs roman noir/pulp fiction elements with a strong Fifties Beat influence to create a new genre of hard-boiled writing, punk noir. His novels Every Good Boy Dies First and Every Bitch For Himself are prime examples of his crime fiction. Mr. Seven lives in Hollywood and is the author of the weekly blog Out Demons Out, which is now in its fourteenth year. His poetry can be read in the anthologies Will To Flutter and Horror Sleaze Trash Quarterly. HIs latest music release, Minstrels Anonymous is now available on Bandcamp.

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