Bookworks hosts author Eric Lahti for his novel Roadside Attractions.
A piece of hell is hiding in a tiny Arizona town.
During a not-so-routine investigation into a haunting, a pair of ghost hunters receive a strange text message beckoning them to Dragoon, Arizona. The message promises them a ghost unlike any they've ever met and riches galore for investigating the entity. They find the ghost, but more sinister forces are lurking in the town and soon the ghost-hunters - and the ghost they were sent to hunt - find themselves caught between a renegade devil and the hitwoman sent from hell to stop him.
With time running out and no one to turn to, they'll have to dig deep into science, magic, and themselves to stop a great evil from awakening or the world will suffer an eternity of darkness.
A tale of good, evil, and everything in between is about to unfold at one of the country's most mysterious ROADSIDE ATTRACTIONS.
Eric Lahti grew up looking for UFOs and buried treasure in northwest New Mexico. Unfortunately, he never found either of them. Or maybe he did and he's just not telling. He did find some good stories to tell at parties about lights in the skies and gold in the ground, though. When he's not writing, he's programming and practicing his Kenpo. He's also an active blogger, waxing philosophical about a range of topics from writing, to martial arts, to politics and religion. Frankly, he fancies himself something of a Renaissance geek about a wide variety of things. Eric is the author of the ongoing Henchmen series (Henchmen, Arise, and Transmute) as well as a collection of action/horror novellas about a man and his talking gun. He also has a collection of interlocking stories called The Clock Man that are a great introduction to his writing. His writing is a seamless mixture of action, adventure, horror, and humor. Eric's latest project - Greetings From Sunny Aluna - is a fusion of detective noir, wuxia, and magical realism.