Raw Power: A Novel with the Heart of a Drive-in Movie

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iUniverse, Apr 1, 2002 - Fiction - 374 pages
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Liz Fury runs the deadly dog-fights every weekend at her notorious roadhouse, The Clean n' Jerk Saloon. However, she's having trouble controlling the winning streak of Boo Smalls, a legendary trainer of three unbeatable dogs. In a plan to even the gambling odds at her tavern, the dangerous femme fatale sets out to destroy the unstoppable animals, and succeeds in killing the three champions. But in the heat of a violent electrical storm, they are brought back to life by the strength of the elemental current.

This event sets off a chain reaction of wild incidents in the infamous town and locations beyond, with the reborn beasts hell bent to avenge those people responsible for their premature retirement.

Raw Power is a giddily-tormented love story filled with breakneck action, suspense, black humor, horrific situational settings and slapstick comedy in a thrifty 200 page package. A must-buy for any urban hipster, suburban commando or peach-smooth country caballero.

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