They Were in the Back Seat
Format: Print Length
Publisher: AK Communications; 1 edition (August 1, 2015)
Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub
Size: 6.5 MB
Downloadable formats: PDF
Author Terry Priest completed the manuscript for “They Were in the Back Seat” nearly 40 years ago, but chose against releasing it when certain publishers demanded changes that would sacrifice the integrity of the work.
Now, almost four decades later, the advances made in self-publishing have allowed Priest to update the content in a way that preserves the book's unique artistic vision, and, through tireless effort on the part of the author, presents the work in a literary style consistent with its originally intended format.
What you're about to read almost never saw the light of day.
When the only family he has left mysteriously dies in the back of a limousine, Peter Seponski finds himself desperately compelled to investigate the accident and find out what really happened to them.
He gets more than he bargained for when he lies about his credentials in order to make his way into Indigo, the 'adult' health spa the limo belonged to, and finds himself an unwitting guest for longer than he was ever expecting.
Along the way, he finds himself caught in a web of lies, uncertainty, and unexplainable circumstances, as he infiltrates the spa and begins to unravel the shocking and scandalous truth.
With an eccentric cast of characters who will stir your every emotion and a surprise twist nobody will see coming, “They Were in the Back Seat” promises to take the reader on a titillating, ominous, and sometimes steamy journey through the underground 'health spa' scene of the late 1970s.