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Between The Sheets You’ll Get:
Great cycling fiction – nearly as strange as reality! – officially for sale just in time for Christmas. Cheap: Hardcover, soft cover, or e-book, starting at $4.95. Did we mention cheap? It’s about sports and doping: Free Samples Included! (18 and above only, must present ID, plus S&H, just kidding about free, and samples). All proceeds go to our favored breweries and bicycle shops. The author wishes to thank all those who provide invaluable help by withholding unflattering reviews. Consider buying several in case you want to read it again or have more than one bathroom.
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Professional cyclist Shamus McDonough suffers the physical agonies of a high speed crash and the emotional trauma of the death of a beloved teammate in a tragic accident at the Tour de France. He becomes entangled in an international criminal investigation when it becomes apparent this accident may have been intentionally caused by dark figures lurking around the edges of the sport in a well organized syndicate harvesting enormous sums of money selling performance enhancing drugs to athletes. Amid these dangerous underworld figures, lives and livelihoods of hundreds of nervous athletes hang in the balance between the risks of being caught using these drugs, and of failing to win in a business that demands success. Shamus navigates dangerously within this netherworld as he confronts his own demons in the pursuit of setting things right, which he feels compelled to do out of loyalty and respect for his fallen colleague, and out of a profound sense of guilt that will continue to haunt him until he finds the truth. Along the way he encounters the rollercoaster effects of an ill-fated first love, and the bliss of letting go and finding the life-partner to travel with him when he finds the path he’d earlier planned no longer accommodates him. Then there’s a really cool ending.
Who Was That Masked Man?
J.T. Fisher authored the critically overlooked “Las Cruces,” which wasn’t, for the record, in any way autobiographical. Promise, mom. The author is a licensed bicycle racer and former USAC licensed bicycle racing coach, and his preoccupation with the sport of cycling permeates his writing. He feels both fortunate and vexed at having established himself as a dominant voice in this phenomenally tiny niche of the fiction market. Mr. Fisher is a frequent and prolific – though far from regular – writer for Bicycle.Net, where he attracts critics like flies. He is a devoted husband and the father of three children who humble him daily.
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