Mustard's Last Stand – A Havoc in Hancock Humorous Suspense
What makes a screenwriter return to his tiny hometown in Idaho? Career disaster? A brother's call for help? The suicide of his ex-wife?
Try all three. After he bails his eco-activist brother Roadkill out of jail, Ed Mustard joins his battle against a fanatic who's building a safari camp on the Mustard homestead. Then Roadkill disappears. Helped by a disgraced security clerk and four determined pregnant women, Ed must find his brother and fight the wannabe big game hunter, his wacky minions and his con artist preacher in a pocket. In Mustard's Last Stand, humor and suspense share the page with ancient lions, zebras and water buffalo, to the occasional tune of an alpenhorn.
About Kathy McIntosh (Tucson, Arizona Author)
Kathy McIntosh grew up in a suburb of Los Angeles with parents who instilled a lifelong love of books and nature. They’d frequently pack the Ford Falcon with camping gear and their two daughters and head to the Sierras or to Arizona. Lots of fun with two girls squabbling in the back seat, acting out violent crime for the entertainment of those in following cars.
Kathy’s a reformed high tech marketer and former columnist on words and business writing who’s translated her love of words, humor and nature into her fiction. After many years in Idaho, in 2014 she and her husband moved to Tucson, with a Catahoula Leopard dog and two cats, to southeastern Arizona. They love the hot temperatures, the incredible food and traveling to explore other cultures and cuisines.
Kathy’s first two novels, Mustard’s Last Stand and Foul Wind, are humorous romps in the wilds of north Idaho. Her newest, Murder, Sonoran Style, portrays death in the heat of the desert, with a light touch and lots of laughter.