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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Crime
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Trucker Tales
  • Series Number:4
  • Pages:49
  • eBook ISBN:9781624885044

Two Lane Tango

by Frank Spado

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Overview
When you get paid by the mile, sitting still isn’t an option. All Frank Massi had on his mind was the five grand he would get for driving a big rig from San Diego California to Philadelphia Pennsylvania until he realized there were a whole bunch of people who didn’t want him to reach his destination. A run for the money became a run for his life across ten states as Frank eluded his pursuers.
Description
When you get paid by the mile, sitting still isn’t an option. All Frank Massi had on his mind was the five grand he would get for driving a big rig from San Diego California to Philadelphia Pennsylvania until he realized there were a whole bunch of people who didn’t want him to reach his destination. A run for the money became a run for his life across ten states as Frank eluded his pursuers. Weaving through small towns, on two-lane highways, got Frank where he had to go but without the cargo. Drugs and money were becoming the theme of this haul. Leaving a trail of tangled cars behind him but still facing a gauntlet of killers on the dangerous roads ahead, his ability as a driver was never in question but could he summon the courage to kill or be killed? You bet!
About the author
Frank Spado is a published poet, and copyrighted lyricist, penning words to songs for Jennie, his wife, and the lead vocalist to the classic country band, which they both founded. While still in high school, in the early 1960s, Frank volunteered for military service in the Marine Corps. He started driving trucks over the road shortly after his honorable discharge. Although this is a work of fiction, Frank has incorporated many truths about his life on the road into the fabric of his stories. Frank loved the open road and during all those long lonely drives passing from one state to the next, he pondered stories and plots evolving around situations that he encountered over the thousands of miles he traveled. If you want to know who Frank Spado is, just read the book. He’s in there. What could he say about his life that would be exciting to anyone other than himself? He bungee jumped, para-sailed, delivered fur coats to famous people. He worked on movie location sets making sandwiches for the stars. He lived in San Diego before there was a bridge to Coronado Island and the only way there was by ferry. He built his own house in the woods, on a river in central Minnesota. His life has been as full and colorful as the characters in this book and Frank has many more stories to tell. Frank Spado lives with his wife Jennie in Arizona.
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