Moist

Moist by Mark Haskell Smith

Purchased 28 times

See more Contemporary Prose



DOWNLOAD E-BOOK

Dark and mordantly funny… a real machine-gun narrative — the man can tell a story, oh, yes, indeed.

— T. C. Boyle

What could cause Bob to give up his job at the Los Angeles pathology lab that demands so little of him, where he can play Tetris and Web surf whenever he wants? What could lead him to walk out on his beautiful girlfriend, who makes her living as a masturbation coach? What could make him risk everything and ultimately transform him into Roberto, a kingpin in the Los Angeles Mexican mafia? An erotic tattoo. But not just any naughty skin ink, the Mona Lisa of erotic tattoos, painted on a severed arm, which lands on Bob’s desk one morning.

Bob may have fallen for the woman in the tattoo, but he’s not the only one who wants the arm. There’s the telenovela-addicted mobster who lost it, the jefe who needs to keep it out of the clutches of the police, a backstabbing cannabis aficionado/Wharton MBA, and a wine snob LAPD…

245 pages, published in
Mark Haskell Smith

A book by Mark Haskell Smith

Mark Haskell Smith is an American writer and screenwriter based in Los Angeles. Born June 14, 1957, Lawrence, Kansas, USA. Known as the author of popular science books and as the author of action-packed novels. As a screenwriter, he worked on the television series Star Trek: Voyager, Martial Law, The Magnificent Seven, took part in the production of the films A Partilha, Playing God, starring David Duchovny and Angelina Jolie; and in many other film projects. Teaches writing skills.

Moist PDF

Mark Haskell Smith is an American writer and screenwriter based in Los Angeles. Born June 14, 1957, Lawrence, Kansas, USA. Known as the author of popular science books and as the author of action-packed novels. As a screenwriter, he worked on the television series Star Trek: Voyager, Martial Law, The Magnificent Seven, took part in the production of the films A Partilha, Playing God, starring David Duchovny and Angelina Jolie; and in many other film projects. Teaches writing skills.